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Founded in 1917, Atlantic Monthly Press is one of two hardcover imprints of Grove Atlantic. As a book publishing imprint borne out of the venerable Atlantic Monthly magazine, AMP won numerous Pulitzer Prizes and National Book Awards and included the bestselling titles Mutiny on the Bounty; Goodbye, Mr. Chips; Ship of Fools; Fire in the Lake; The Soul of a New Machine; and Blue Highways. In 1986, t

Founded in 1917, Atlantic Monthly Press is one of two hardcover imprints of Grove Atlantic. As a book publishing imprint borne out of the venerable Atlantic Monthly magazine, AMP won numerous Pulitzer Prizes and National Book Awards and included the bestselling titles Mutiny on the Bounty; Goodbye, Mr. Chips; Ship of Fools; Fire in the Lake; The Soul of a New Machine; and Blue Highways. In 1986, t

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“On a Saturday in early November, Guido Brunetti, reluctant to go outside, was at home, trying to decide which of his bo...
09/28/2022
So Shall You Reap

“On a Saturday in early November, Guido Brunetti, reluctant to go outside, was at home, trying to decide which of his books to remove from the shelves in Paola’s study. Years ago, some months before the birth of their daughter, he had renounced claim to what had been his study so that their second child could have her own bedroom. Paola had offered his books sanctuary on four shelves. At the time, Brunetti had suspected this would not suffice, and eventually it had not: the time had come for The Cull. He was faced with the decision of what to eliminate from the shelves. The first shelf held books he knew he would read again; the second, at eye level, held books he wanted to read for the first time; the third, books he’d not finished but believed he would; and the bottom shelf held books he had known, sometimes even as he was buying them, that he would never read.”

Celebrate the 80th birthday of the great Donna Leon with this excerpt from her forthcoming latest Commissario Brunetti mystery, SO SHALL YOU REAP, live now at CrimeReads!

On a Saturday in early November, Guido Brunetti, reluctant to go outside, was at home, trying to decide which of his books to remove from the shelves in Paola’s study. Years ago, some months before…

Happy Banned Books Week! Here are a couple of our favorite dangerous reads.
09/23/2022
Read dangerously this Banned Books Week (and Beyond)! | Grove Atlantic

Happy Banned Books Week! Here are a couple of our favorite dangerous reads.

Our friends at the American Library Association have set aside the last week of September each year as Banned Books Week, a celebration that “brings together the entire book community—librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types—in shared support of the ...

Wonderful!
09/20/2022

Wonderful!

What a joy and an honor to emcee The Strand Magazine awards gala last night! Thank you Andrew Gulli--and look who was there just on page one!:
The Lifetime Achievement winners: brilliant and luminous Sandra Brown, the marvelous Nelson DeMille, and the inspirational Morgan Entrekin of Grove Atlantic. And so many more. Who do YOU see?
Standing ovation to the award nominees, and winners S.A.Cosby Author and Kōtarō Isaka!
Loved this! (And yes, next year in person, right, Andrew?)

“‘That’s the thing about Mayo. I find it’s very presentable from a distance. It’s only up close it lets you down,’ [Coli...
09/19/2022
Celtic Twilight | Declan Ryan

“‘That’s the thing about Mayo. I find it’s very presentable from a distance. It’s only up close it lets you down,’ [Colin] Barrett has one of the policemen say in ‘A Shooting in Rathreedane‘ and there’s something in that of my own somewhat conflicted feelings about those summer trips, and about the doomed attempts at return on the part of my parents. Claire Keegan has a similar moment: ‘The day had not yet dawned, and Furlong looked down at the dark shining river whose surface reflected equal parts of the lighted town. So many things had a way of looking finer, when they were not so close.’ My parents allowed themselves—maybe even forced themselves—to fall for the fantasy and buy into the surface reflections of ‘home,’ as refuge over the water, an illusory alternative to the life being lived in London eleven months of the year. In part that was to do with maintaining their separateness when in England. There was something sentimental in their need to continue to pine after villages which, when tested, failed to offer them a means of living. They saw, to a certain degree, what they wanted to.”

At The Baffler Magazine, a stunner of an essay from Declan Ryan on Colin Barrett’s HOMESICKNESS, Claire Keegan’s (Booker-shortlisted!) SMALL THINGS LIKE THESE, and his own childhood trips to rural Ireland. This is truly splendid writing — don’t miss it!

Rural Ireland, like much of the rest of the country in the 1980s, was caught between identities and economies.

09/09/2022

We’re FOUR weeks away from Jim Harrison Day on September 13th at 5pm!

To celebrate THE SEARCH FOR THE GENUINE’S upcoming release, Mitchell is sharing his thoughts on A REALLY BIG LUNCH, Jim Harrison’s collection of essays on food, drink, and how to live well.

“A REALLY BIG LUNCH is hilarious and genuinely meaningful! Uncle Jim brings the world of the senses alive with deep reflection.”

“I Really Didn’t Want To Write This Promotional Essay Tied to My Book Release,” a promotional essay by Lauren Acampora, ...
08/23/2022
I Really Didn’t Want to Write This Promotional Essay Tied to My Book Release

“I Really Didn’t Want To Write This Promotional Essay Tied to My Book Release,” a promotional essay by Lauren Acampora, tied to the release — TODAY! — of her new book, THE HUNDRED WATERS, live now at Literary Hub!

Did someone click on the title? Good. You made it up to get attention. You’re writing this essay about getting attention—to get attention. Your publisher has encouraged you, as they encourage all t…

“In THE HUNDRED WATERS, the nuclear family truly has nuclear potential, and that potential is energized by the secrets e...
08/22/2022
The Suburban Microcosms of The Hundred Waters

“In THE HUNDRED WATERS, the nuclear family truly has nuclear potential, and that potential is energized by the secrets each family member keeps. In this way, Acampora allows us to rethink who holds power in a family—or in a community, or society.”

At Ploughshares, Rhea Ramakrishnan on Lauren Acampora’s THE HUNDRED WATERS, out tomorrow!

Home  »  Book Reviews  »  Fiction  »  The Suburban Microcosms of The Hundred Waters The Suburban Microcosms of The Hundred Waters Author: Rhea Ramakrishnan | Aug192022 Posted in Book Reviews, Fiction No comments The Hundred Waters Lauren Acampora Grove | August 23, 2022 Louisa is bore...

08/10/2022
2022 Gala Author Tea

Thursday, 8/11 (aka tomorrow!) at 4pm ET! Join United for Libraries for their 2022 Gala Author Tea, at which Michael Bennett — author of the astounding, forthcoming thriller BETTER THE BLOOD, which we can’t wait to publish this winter — will join by four other remarkable authors: Laura Zigman (SMALL WORLD), Lisa Unger (SECLUDED CABIN SLEEPS SIX), Susan Elia MacNeil (MOTHER DAUGHTER TRAITOR SPY), and Alaina Urquhart (THE BUTCHER AND THE WREN). Register for the Zoom or stream it on Facebook — links and more info right here 👇!

Thursday, August 11, 2022, 4:00 pm Eastern Enjoy your beverage of choice while hearing from writers about their forthcoming titles. Lisa Unger (Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six), Susan Elia MacNeal (Mother Daughter Traitor Spy), Laura Zigman (Small World), Alaina Urquhart (The Butcher and the Wren), and Mi...

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08/08/2022

Photos from Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture's post

“I get rid of newer books that didn’t grab me, the books of the moment versus books of all time. There are a few books t...
08/02/2022
Bibliophiles: Reading about philosophy, religion, and love - The Boston Globe

“I get rid of newer books that didn’t grab me, the books of the moment versus books of all time. There are a few books that I have extra copies of. Every time I see them in a bookstore I buy them and then I give them out when people come over. I have a handful of copies of ‘Chroma’ by Derek Jarman, ‘The Night of the Gun’ by David Carr, Dawn Powell’s books set in New York City, and ‘Housekeeping’ by Marilynne Robinson. I have like seven copies of ‘Housekeeping.’ Come over and I will give you one.”

The wonderful Ada Calhoun talks with The Boston Globe!

Best-selling author Ada Calhoun failed where her father, the New Yorker art critic Peter Schjeldahl, had before her. Each was stymied in their attempt to write a biography of the great American poet Frank O’Hara. But Calhoun’s attempt resulted into the genre-bending memoir “Also a Poet: Frank ...

“I adore this woman, and I adore this book.”TODAY with Hoda & Jenna on Ada Calhoun’s ALSO A POET!
07/28/2022
Jenna Bush Hager has your next memoir to read this summer

“I adore this woman, and I adore this book.”

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna on Ada Calhoun’s ALSO A POET!

Hoda and Jenna reveal their Faves and Finds of the week! Hoda shares Virtue hair products while Jenna picks out a new memoir to read this summer called “Also a Poet: Frank O’Hara, My Father, And Me,” by Ada Calhoun.

We are utterly delighted to congratulate the brilliant Claire Keegan, whose novel SMALL THINGS LIKE THESE has been longl...
07/27/2022
The Booker Prize | The Booker Prizes

We are utterly delighted to congratulate the brilliant Claire Keegan, whose novel SMALL THINGS LIKE THESE has been longlisted for The Booker Prizes!

Shortlist coming September 6, winner announced October 17! 🤞

Founded in the UK in 1969, it initially rewarded Commonwealth writers and now spans the globe: it is open to anyone regardless of origin. Each year, the Booker Prize is awarded to what is, in the opinion of our judges, the best novel of the year written in English and published in the UK and Ireland...

“For both Putin and many Americans, ‘our’ lives are worth more than ‘their’ lives. For the philosopher Judith Butler, wr...
07/25/2022
Asking “What About…?” Is Essential to Achieving Justice

“For both Putin and many Americans, ‘our’ lives are worth more than ‘their’ lives. For the philosopher Judith Butler, writing about the US wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, some lives are ‘grievable,’ particularly those of our troops and our allies, but other lives are not, particularly the ones taken by our military. In the unfortunately classic American example of such a contrast between ‘ours’ and ‘theirs,’ only one US soldier, Lt. William Calley, was convicted in the massacre of 504 Vietnamese civilians at My Lai in 1968. He ordered the killing of civilians and murdered 22 himself. Yet Calley’s life sentence was reduced to 10 years, and he was pardoned after three and a half years by President Nixon. A considerable portion of the American people sympathized more with the American murderer, whose actions they saw as being induced by the ‘fog of war,’ than with the Vietnamese dead. But if war always produces a fog, and if the American military is constantly at war—because that is what our military is designed for—then the inevitable consequence of American military might is civilian death.”

The very great Viet Thanh Nguyen, in The Nation Magazine.

Selective empathy prevents us from making connections.

“A nervy, episodic read, yet its pivots are sobering in their scale… Although its allegory is grounded in current events...
07/21/2022
A Debut Novel Explores Power in Many Forms, From Capital to Dogma

“A nervy, episodic read, yet its pivots are sobering in their scale… Although its allegory is grounded in current events, ‘Brother Alive’ is neither a press bulletin nor a position paper. Khalid’s sentences abound with florid, poetic metaphors while maintaining the clipped, declarative tempo of Scripture… ‘Brother Alive’ is Rushdie with none of the ceremony, a searing collage of the profound and the mundane.”

Zain Khalid’s “Brother Alive” follows three brothers from Staten Island to Saudi Arabia, with plenty to say about the modern world.

07/20/2022
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“‘A First-Rate Material’ is a ghoulish love story, a genre only Sayaka Murata could make so wafer-delicate, so crooner-sweet that you hum along to it, as if a muzak of Gothic thoughts have not just trickled right into your brain-stem.”

At Electric Literature, read a story from Sayaka Murata’s newest collection, LIFE CEREMONY, translated by Ginny Tapley Takemori.

“…He takes us through the things we forgot in order to remind us how deeply curious we are or were about each other but ...
07/15/2022
“He Gives Us Back Our Wonder.” Tarell Alvin McCraney on the Work of Randall Kenan

“…He takes us through the things we forgot in order to remind us how deeply curious we are or were about each other but more importantly about ourselves. He gives us back our wonder. True graceful wonder. Wonder at a world that would deny love to a boy because he aimed it at another boy. Wonder for a town that could not keep the secret affair of a pastor’s wife from diminishing his following. Wonder for an elderly woman, mad at the world, bent on heavenly reward, finding grace and joy at a child’s game like Pac-Man. That wonder will have you back reading, feeding the fire of questions that continue to consume you, burnishing your spirit with each revisit, each time more curious with a capital C.”

ICYMI, Literary Hub published Tarell Alvin McCraney‘s introduction to our recent reissue of Randall Kenan’s searing and astounding debut novel, A VISITATION OF SPIRITS. Missing out is not advised.

https://lithub.com/he-gives-us-back-our-wonder-tarell-alvin-mccraney-on-the-work-of-randall-kenan/

It begins with a fall, the time of year, from Grace. It begins with a spell, as it must, with Horace, young, gifted, and Black, calling on all a sixteen-year-old knows of the earth, all he can reme…

“At the airport, I had half a grim Southwest Chicken Wrap from a Hudson News equivalent — we’re talking about a cooler c...
07/13/2022
Ada Calhoun Isn’t Picky About Restaurants

“At the airport, I had half a grim Southwest Chicken Wrap from a Hudson News equivalent — we’re talking about a cooler case, that’s how dark it was — some popcorn, and water. I stopped drinking soda all the time when I was pregnant sixteen years ago and never got back in the habit, though when I’m visiting family in Texas, I do still exclusively drink Dr. Pepper. It tastes better in Texas. I’m not sure why. Maybe because when you go to Sonic, it’s served with all the ice in the world.”

Ada Calhoun’s Grub Street Food Diary is — and we do not say this lightly — quite simply a model of the form that shall echo through the ages.

https://www.grubstreet.com/2022/07/ada-calhoun-grub-street-diet.html

“I like going out to eat, but it doesn’t really matter where.”

The The New York Review of Books on Rabih Alameddine’s THE WRONG END OF THE TELESCOPE:“[A] book that defies expectations...
07/11/2022
A Painful In-Betweenness | Ursula Lindsey

The The New York Review of Books on Rabih Alameddine’s THE WRONG END OF THE TELESCOPE:

“[A] book that defies expectations, managing the rare feat of approaching the experience of refugees
with tenderness, whimsy, and humor… He… circles around and around the idea of transitioning, in its largest sense. We meet people who cross many different kinds of boundaries and borders, who aren’t what they seem or what we expect, who leave everything behind because they want or need to or are forced to, who have identities thrust upon them or who choose to reinvent themselves. What these stories add up to is a portrayal of the refugee experience, in all its vulnerability and variety, its painful in-betweenness. It is an experience that is more universal than those of us who observe refugees from the supposed safety of our fixed selves, fascinated or repelled or commiserating, might imagine; and that can be honored simply by being told.”

https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2022/07/21/a-painful-in-betweenness-what-strange-paradise-el-akkad/

Over five million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia launched its invasion on February 24. This staggering tide, almost entirely women and

“In this world of complicated identities, where navigating my way through potentially hostile environments was becoming ...
07/05/2022
The Truth About My Father

“In this world of complicated identities, where navigating my way through potentially hostile environments was becoming second nature, sometimes the animus came from close to home. Though in the eyes of society at large I did not exist as a biracial person, only as Black, Black friends sometimes referred to Myriam and me as ‘mixeded.’ In so doing, they weren’t saying we were not Black. They were, however, making a distinction, one that seemed to confer a certain privilege. The distinction could also lead to conflict, should Myriam or I, however inadvertently, seem to act as though our light skin made us better. I understood that I was an insider-outsider among Blacks, too, despite claiming Blackness as my identity.”

BLACK CLOUD RISING author David Wright Faladé on his Black heritage, his Jewish heritage, the makings & mysteries of identity, and more, at The New Yorker.

My mother was a white woman. Until I was sixteen, I believed that, on my father’s side, I was descended from the enslaved people who had crossed the Atlantic in chains.

“Murata’s prose is deadpan, as clear as cellophane, and has the tidiness of a bento box. She’s not the most subtle write...
06/27/2022

“Murata’s prose is deadpan, as clear as cellophane, and has the tidiness of a bento box. She’s not the most subtle writer. You don’t read her for her extra-fine perceptual apparatus. You read her because when her stuff works, it’s chilly and transgressive at the same time.”

Dwight Garner reviews LIFE CEREMONY, the short story collection from the author and translator of CONVENIENCE STORE WOMAN, Sayaka Murata and Ginny Tapley Takemori, out next Tuesday! Link to the review in the first comment.

Terrific @nprbooks piece on reading that can help us understand the events of January 6th, beginning with this glorious ...
06/23/2022

Terrific @nprbooks piece on reading that can help us understand the events of January 6th, beginning with this glorious shout-out to Mark Bowden and Matthew Teague’s THE STEAL!

Read or listen here: https://n.pr/3bnuCtL

Love this.
06/22/2022

Love this.

As the Jan. 6 hearings continue, NPR offers a list of books that can help understand exactly what happened that fateful ...
06/17/2022

As the Jan. 6 hearings continue, NPR offers a list of books that can help understand exactly what happened that fateful day — including THE STEAL, from BLACK HAWK DOWN author Mark Bowden and Matthew Teague. On sale now (more info at https://bit.ly/3b5ffG8)!

“I did not, to be clear, believe my father would live to read the book I wrote about our relationship. He was given six ...
06/16/2022

“I did not, to be clear, believe my father would live to read the book I wrote about our relationship. He was given six months to live almost three years ago… But he did live and he did read it… I worried that he would hate it, but he didn’t. He always cared only about writing, and in this moment I was glad. He did not love the book because his daughter wrote it; he loved it because he believed it was a good work of art.”

The wonderful Ada Calhoun in the New York Times!

Read it: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/16/opinion/my-father-the-critic.html

06/14/2022

Wow: “When Chris Offutt published his first out-and-out noir novel THE KILLING HILLS last year, it seemed to surprise those accustomed to his more literary fiction. SHIFTY’S BOYS brings back the Army homicide investigator Mick Hardin and drops him into another case that he, by rights, should not be working on… The writing is top-notch, shot through with menace and melancholy. What will stick with me is Hardin’s stubborn strength, which could teeter into dangerous self-loathing but never does.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/10/books/review/new-crime-fiction.html

“In ‘Also a Poet,’ again, she lays bare her fraught relationship with her father. In Calhoun’s portrayal, her father con...
06/09/2022
A Daughter, Her Father and the Long-Gone Poet Who Brought Them Together

“In ‘Also a Poet,’ again, she lays bare her fraught relationship with her father. In Calhoun’s portrayal, her father continuously provokes her, apparently without awareness… When her 2019 book ‘Why We Can’t Sleep’ makes the New York Times best-seller list, he responds with a one-word email — ‘Zoom!’ — and never acknowledges its success again.”

An astonishing profile of the great Ada Calhoun today at The New York Times Books! Drop everything and read this at once!

Ada’s latest, ALSO A POET, hits shelves this Tuesday.

In her memoir “Also a Poet: Frank O’Hara, My Father, and Me,” Ada Calhoun set out to write a poet’s biography and found a connection to her father instead.

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Our March bestsellers, topped by ANOTHER APPALACHIA (West Virginia University Press), ON THE LINE (Algonquin Books), and OCEAN STATE (Grove Atlantic)! Here's to local and regional authors! 🎉 whitewhalebookstore.com
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Join us Friday 3/25 at 5pm CST for a discussion with Donna Leon, author of "Give unto Others: A Commissario Brunetti Mystery." (Grove Atlantic) Presented in partnership with Sisters In Crime This is a ticketed virtual event. Purchase here: https://www.semcoop.com/donna-leon-give-unto-others-book-ticket-bundle
LAST CALL: Ed Simon's virtual book party for his latest release, PANDEMONIUM: A VISUAL HISTORY OF DEMONOLOGY (ABRAMS Books), with Dr. Brook Wilensky-Lanford, author of PARADISE LUST (Grove Atlantic), is TONIGHT! Sign up by 6:30pm, we're on at 7pm—https://buff.ly/3q0k9su
Clea Simon on #DonnaLeon's latest Commissario Brunetti mystery, "Give Unto Others" (Grove Atlantic). Even as an entry in such an idiosyncratic (and appealing) series, this case is one of the most personal our protagonist – a thoughtful, compassionate man – has faced. https://artsfuse.org/251938/book-review-donna-leons-give-unto-others-the-cost-we-have-all-paid/
Publication Day Book Review: Reptile Memoirs By Silje Ulstein, Translated by Alison McCullough, Grove Press UK https://fictionfromafar.tumblr.com/post/678964891812610048/reptile-memoirs-by-silje-ulstein On my blog today I have posted a five star review of Reptile Memoirs. Silje Ulstein joins new prominent group of female suspense writers from Norway, including Agnes Ravatn and Helene Flood. Reptile Memoirs is a multi-faceted storyline told in multiple timeframes in first person narrative by 4 people anda Burmese python called Nero. I loved trying to piece together storylines over different periods to try to discover how they connect together. Provided you pay particular attention to these narrators and time periods you will find this a very unique and incredibly rewarding read. This was my most enjoyable read of 2022 so far. Reptile Memoires is a book that keeps you guessing and wondering how it all pieces together right until the last chapter. It is set in the north western coastal locations of Ålesund and Kristiansund. We meet Liv in 2003 who is in her late teens and living in a flat with two flat mates. On the outside they behave just like anyone else of their age, but they make the unique decision to buy a snake as a pet. Nero becomes Liv’s preoccupation and as he grows in size, she looks to fulfil his seemingly insatiable appetite. When she eventually realises he is not in the best setting, she and the snake abruptly disappear. 13 years later Mariam Lind is shopping with her eleven-year-old daughter Iben in Kristiansund when they have a trivial argument and Mariam in her anger disappears in her car. When she returns from a long drive hours later, she is told by her husband that Iben has not returned to the house. She is interviewed by several police officers including Roe Olsvik who is particularly unconvinced by her explanation while the coverage of Iben’s disappearance displays her and her mother’s faces prominently in the media. We start to follow the investigation from the perspective of Roe, who appears to have a tragic back story, and his colleague Ronja who is perplexed by her very experienced colleague’s out of character behaviour in his interactions with Mariam. Check my blog for the full review: https://fictionfromafar.tumblr.com/post/678964891812610048/reptile-memoirs-by-silje-ulstein #NordicNoir Grove Atlantic Silje Ulstein
LAST CALL: Come down to the store at 7pm tonight to hear some fiction heavy hitters! It's Stewart O'Nan's launch of OCEAN DRIVE (Grove Atlantic)! He'll be joined by Bill Lychak, author of CARGILL FALLS (Braddock Avenue Books). Masks & vax cards required—https://buff.ly/3tLEMK8
What role can or should loyalty play in the life of a police inspector? It’s a question Commissario Guido Brunetti must face and ultimately answer in GIVE UNTO OTHERS, Donna Leon’s splendid 31st installment of her acclaimed Venetian crime series. Download the audiobook today! Audible: https://hubs.ly/Q015-NjX0 Audiobooks(dot)com: https://hubs.ly/Q015-MD50 Libro(dot)fm: https://hubs.ly/Q015-GgB0 Kobo: https://hubs.ly/Q015-Mzk0 Apple Books: https://hubs.ly/Q015-N450 Google Play: https://hubs.ly/Q015-N0k0 …and wherever audiobooks are sold! #DonnaLeon #DavidColacci #GiveUntoOthers #CommissarioGuidoBrunetti Grove Atlantic
Check out “It Would Have Been an Act of Love to Shoot His Friend”: An Interview with William Lychack," by Peter Trachtenberg in the Los Angeles Review of Books (LARB)! https://buff.ly/3CFepK6 William is reading in the store for Stewart O'Nan's launch of OCEAN STATE (Grove Atlantic) on March 15th at 7pm—more details here: https://buff.ly/3t57fLQ
The masterful David Colacci presents GIVE UNTO OTHERS, the new Commissario Brunetti mystery by Donna Leon—o in Italiano... Grove Atlantic #DonnaLeon #DavidColacci #GiveUntoOthers #CommissarioGuidoBrunetti
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