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Word Play Workshop (July 1 – July 3)

July 1 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 7-9) All work and no play makes for a dull writer. Come stretch your language brain in this camp where we will uncover the magic in words! We’ll write anagrams and palindromes, or find many little words within one big word. We will play games like Boggle, Scrabble, Taboo, or Hangman, then pencil our way through a word search, a crossword puzzle, or an acrostic. We will stretch our vocabulary, improve our spelling, and play with…

Fantastic Beasts 101 (July 1 – July 3)

July 1 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 9-12) Ever caught a Bowtruckle poking around your backyard? Marveled at a Merperson in Lake Ontario? Discovered a Doxy in your desk drawer? Yes or no, it's high time you brushed up on your magizoology notes so you're prepared when the time comes. Welcome to Fantastic Beasts 101. In this camp, we'll discuss the various fantastic beasts that have sprouted out of JK Rowling's magical world. We'll travel around the Neighborhood of the Arts looking for…

The Harvest Season (July 1 – July 3)

July 1 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 12-15) Many problems beset our world: global warming, environmental disasters, conflict, drought, flood, famine, medical epidemics, economic disparities, and more. In this camp we will begin a hypothetical story with those universal problems and devise our own unique solutions to them. The tale begins. . . "Twin siblings,a girl and a boy join forces with a rogue princess to restore magic to their land and initialize a new generation of magi. To do this they must…

Produce a 90-Second Newbery Film (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 9-12) NOTE: Meets at RCTV, 21 Gorham Street. Over the course of this week-long camp, students transform into cast and crew to make their own short movie based on a Newbery Medal-winning book. You will learn how to run cameras, set up lights, operate audio equipment, direct, and edit. Oh, and did we mention you’ll be the writers and stars of the movie too? We’ll have a red carpet premiere for friends and family on Friday…

CAMP FULL: Writers & Cooks: Menus for Every Meal (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 9-13) NOTE: Meets at the Lutheran Church of the Incarnate Word, 597 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607. Cook up a storm and put together your own cookbook in this busy, creative, and tasty workshop for budding young cooks and writers. Taught by a chef who is also an English teacher, this workshop will take place in a teaching kitchen. Participants will work from a full day’s menu—breakfast through evening snack—cooking, eating, and discussing dishes for one meal…

Senior Sleuths (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 12-14) This mystery camp for experienced detectives will help you hone your skills as sleuths, critical thinkers, and writers. With lots of logic puzzles and gruesome crimes, and plenty of opportunity to write your own mysteries, you’ll learn about the process of deduction and how logic helps us not only solve mysteries but learn and live well every day. Students will plan the perfect way to murder the instructor and get away with it (No actual murders…

Dragons, Dice, & Roleplaying (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 13-16) Calling all quest-seekers! What do collaborative roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons and writing have to do with each other? Quite a lot, as you’ll discover! In this class, we’ll explore rich, fantastical worlds; create complex, driven characters; and learn how to hone our plot points into stories that the bards will sing of for ages to come. In the mornings, we will hone our storytelling craft with prompts, workshop time, and in-class writing. In…

Acting Exploration: Imagine. Create. Transform. (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 7-9) Do you like to pretend to be other people or to put yourself into someone else's life and experiences? Through games and age-appropriate scene work, young actors will investigate the various tools used in developing character work for performance. Students will will form a cohesive ensemble, and learn to trust themselves and each other. By exploring different characters, stories and activities, students will build skills related to group dynamics/social interactions, self-confidence, and creative thinking in a…

Building Fantastical Worlds (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 8-11) Have you ever wondered what it’s like living in a magical world, like that of Harry Potter, the Chronicles of Narnia, or The Borrowers? How does one leave the world of the everyday and leap into those of the fantastical ones? Better yet, how does one create their own? Join us for an exploration of surprising worlds of all shapes and sizes! Learn new perspectives from which to build original, in-depth worlds in your creative writing.…

Writers & Cooks: Around the World (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 9-13) NOTE: Meets at the Lutheran Church of the Incarnate Word, 597 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607. Travel the world and put together your own cookbook in this busy, creative, and tasty workshop for budding young cooks and writers. Taught by a chef who is also an English teacher, this workshop will take place in a teaching kitchen. Participants will journey through five cuisines—cooking, eating, and discussing. They will annotate and illustrate the recipes (including their own…

Fiction in a Flash (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 12-14) How many words do you need to create a compelling story? Fewer than you think! Flash fiction is the art of crafting a very short story in which each and every word is essential. In this camp, we will learn about all the elements of fiction writing and how they relate to this unique form of storytelling. We will learn how to hook and captivate our reader, add unexpected twists and surprise endings, all while creating…

Superheroes Are Everywhere (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 7-9) Superheroes aren’t just in the movies and comic books, they are everywhere: in your family, among your friends, in your neighborhood. This camp is inspired by the book Superheroes Are Everywhere by Kamala Harris. Before Kamala Harris became a district attorney and then a United States senator, she was a little girl who loved superheroes. And when she looked around, she was amazed to find superheroes everywhere who showed her that all you need to do…

Young Storytellers (July 8 – July 12)

July 8 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 8-11) The art of storytelling is important for confidence in any presentation. This camp will introduce skills needed to engage an audience. We’ll practice a variety of techniques to deliver a story including voice, body language, and facial expressions. We will learn to make a story come alive in the telling. With the help of the instructor, students will choose a fairytale character whose story they’d like to tell. At the end of the week we’ll show…

Telling Tales (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 7-9) In this exciting collaboration between Writers & Books and the Creative Workshop at the Memorial Art Gallery, you’ll create your own characters and explore your own story ideas while learning at the hand of master teaching artists: a writer and a visual artist. You’ll learn the tools of the trade—how to illustrate an idea, choose a fitting style, and draw things you don’t know how to draw—and learn the basics of plot, character, and setting,…

My Name in Print (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 8-11) Write, write, write! We will spend the first part of this camp producing poems, stories, journal entries, and creative essays through imaginative writing prompts. Participants will be encouraged to try all genres, but will focus on the one(s) they feel most passionately about. Participants will learn to make the most of their writing by sharpening their editing and revising skills. Then they will select their favorite work, which will become part of a class anthology. At…

Riding & Writing (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 9-12) Horseback riding and creative writing combined! We’ll spend the full day Tuesday and Thursday at Double G Ranch in Bergen (transportation from W&B will be provided), working with real horses! We’ll learn horse care and riding skills. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday will be spent at Writers & Books making our own horse-inspired journals, recording our equine experiences, learning horse terminology, and creating horse-centered pieces of writing. On Friday we’ll have a reading of our new…

World Building (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 12-14) Dragon riders! Snow storms on Jupiter! Join us for an exploration of surprising worlds, from fantasy to science fiction and everything in between. Learn new perspectives from which to build in-depth worlds in your creative writing. Together we will investigate classic tales of unconventional peoples and how stories are told. Every student will create the building blocks for a fictional world, which could include a map, “rules” for the world, characters, illustrations, and the beginnings of…

Tiny Tales: Flash Fiction (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 14+) Sometimes inspiration strikes you in a glimpse, an image, or a moment. Sometimes those nuggets lead to full-fledged poems, stories, or creative essays, but other times, those slices become more powerful in the shortest form—the flash. In this week-long fiction intensive for teen writers, we’ll discuss sharp muses and condensed language, and discover together, how, according to Robert Olen Butler, both yearning and epiphany can occur in the same moment to unlock powerful truths—even in fiction.

Writing Movies (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 14+) All the best stuff happens before the cameras roll! In this camp we’ll talk about what makes screenplays work and learn basic techniques by focusing on structure, story, characters, dialogue, and format. We’ll watch scenes from different movie genres and break down their scripts to see how the writer made it all happen. Students should come in with ideas for a plot or a character in a situation. We’ll help each other develop ideas as we…

The Secret Lives of Animals (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 8-11) From the Talking Beasts of Narnia to the Warrior Cats to the owl Hedwig, animal characters fill youth fiction with adventure, both realistic and fantastic. We’ll observe real animals with a ZooMobile visit. We’ll share our favorite animal stories and write some of our own. We’ll make the kinds of choices authors face when writing animal characters. To anthropomorphize (make like humans) or not? Can they talk with each other, with other animals, with humans? How…

Afrofuturism: Writing a New World (July 15 – July 19)

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 12-14) Calling All World Makers! Using elements of science fiction, Afrofuturism explores the intersection of African/African-American culture with technology and ecology in order to interrogate and re-examine historical events. In this camp you will get to create a unique never-seen-before world! With magical amulets, future tech, mythology, mystery, history, and YOUR imagination, you will create a story in the hottest new literary genre: Afrofuturism!

Hogwarts Academy (July 22 – July 26)

July 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

This camp is NOW FULL, please contact office@wab.org to be added to the waiting list. (ALL DAY: for ages 8-13) Immerse yourself in the world of Harry Potter as we turn all of Writers & Books into Hogwarts! Throughout the week students will have the chance to attend classes in Herbology, Care of Magical Creatures, Charms, Trans guration, Divination, History of Magic, Defense Against the Dark Arts, Potions, and much more! Hands-on activities will be accompanied by creative writing exercises…

CAMP FULL: Dumbledore’s Army (July 22 – July 26)

July 22 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 14+) Are you considering a career as an auror? Do you look up to the members of the Order of the Phoenix? Do you wish you had more opportunities to gather with like-minded wizards and witches? We will begin each day in the Great Hall with all the Hogwarts students for a large group activity, then we will disappear into the Room of Requirement for serious studies. Activities and advanced areas of study will include: Wands,…

¡Bienvenidos! Fun with Spanish (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 5-7) If you want to explore the Spanish language in a fun and creative way, this is the camp for you! We will learn the language through songs, games, stories, outdoor play, and multimedia. In addition, a walking field trip to the public market will help us learn and review our colors and food words in a real-world environment. This week-long experience with Spanish promises great excitement. Families will be invited to a final fiesta on the…

Supernatural Shakespeare (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 8-11) Calling young thespians! We’ll spend the week walking into the world of William Shakespeare, with special focus on his use of the supernatural in his plays. We’ll explore his life and times and learn the secrets to his use of language. We’ll play theatre games, peek into some of his otherworldly plots and characters, and even learn how to ward off the curse of The Scottish Play! Come, let’s cook up some chaos, incite some sibling…

Your Incredible Illustrated Story (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 10-13) What do you want to say? In this exciting collaboration between Writers & Books and the Creative Workshop at the Memorial Art Gallery, you’ll create your own fantastically illustrated and self-written story while learning from master teaching artists: a writer and a visual artist. You’ll learn the tools of the trade—how to illustrate an idea, choose a fitting style, and draw things you don’t know how to draw—and learn the basics of plot, character, and…

Where’s Walden? (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 9-12) Summertime, sunshine, green rolling hills, wildlife, and you! Spend a week communing with the writer within you at our retreat in the Bristol Hills. Explore with professional writers and naturalists along the Finger Lakes Trail as you learn the art of observation. Try your hand at a variety of natural arts activities, both ancient and modern. Create field journals in which to sketch and write stories, dramatic monologues, and poems probing the past, present, and…

Outdoor Writer (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 13-16) Summertime, sunshine, green rolling hills, wildlife, and you! Spend a week communing with the writer within you at our retreat in the Bristol Hills. Explore with professional writers and naturalists along the Finger Lakes Trail as you learn the art of observation. Try your hand at a variety of natural arts activities, both ancient and modern. Create field journals in which to sketch and write stories, dramatic monologues, and poems probing the past, present, and…

Novel Tools (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 12-15) Whether you aspire to write fantasy, science fiction, historical, or contemporary realist novels, you’ll want to develop the skills and discover the tools that successful novelists use to bring their stories to life from intriguing beginnings to satisfying conclusions. We will focus on choosing point of view; developing complex characters, compelling setting, and atmosphere; and creating and sustaining interest through conflicts with important stakes, suspense, and surprise. We will also look at the use of dialogue…

Celebrating our Stories: A Workshop for LGBTQ+ Teens and Allies (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 14+) Together, we’ll create a safe and fun space to share LGBTQ+ stories, poetry, and songs. We'll learn about the craft of writing and storytelling and write our own stories about love, gender, friendship, family, coming out, and other joys and struggles of queerness in our lives. And we'll celebrate growing up "different." Come learn more about writing, meet new friends, write the stories you've always wanted to write, tell your truth, and be yourself.

Fairy Tales Around the World (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 5-7) Wish you could travel around the world? At Writers & Books you can! Come listen to stories and poems from cultures near and far—we’ll read fairy tales from various cultures ranging from Europe to Africa to Asia! Each day we will explore and experience a bit of different cultures, do crafts, and even learn words from different languages! This class will allow for us to celebrate diversity while exploring literature and discovering the details of different…

Fairytale Heroines (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 14+) We’ve all learned about Sleepy Snow White and Drowsy Sleeping Beauty. But fairytales worldwide feature heroines with a little more oomph who were much less likely to doze off at inopportune times. In this camp students will explore fairytale heroines and discuss new ways to look at some of the classics we’ve read since we were just little kids. Students will work together to create a book of their very own modern fairy tales with a…

Meet the Magic Dragon (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 7-9) This camp is not about dragons, it is about writing, artwork, and trying to get published! Are you a serious writer or artist who would like to see your work in print? This camp provides a real opportunity for advanced students to have work considered for publication in The Magic Dragon, an award-winning, local art and literary magazine for young people. Each student will receive a complimentary copy of The Magic Dragon to see first-hand examples…

Find a Mystery (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 8-11) There’s something mysterious about Writers & Books. Was the building designed by a man who talked to ghosts? Where does the staircase go and what’s with the little door at the top? What happened to the cracker I left on the mantel last month? It’s a mystery! Whether your favorite sleuth is Nancy Drew or Herculeah Jones, Dink Duncan or Encyclopedia Brown, you’re sure to get a chance to follow their lead: something mysterious is always…

Live From Writers & Books: Comedy Writing and Performance (July 29 – August 2)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 12-15) Have you ever seen a comedy sketch, or short comedy play, or a stand-up comedy routine and thought, “That looks like fun”? It is fun, and now you can try it at SummerWrite! In “Live from Writers & Books,” students will be given a brief introduction to different types of live comedic performance and learn different techniques to add humor to their writing. Students will have an opportunity to write and to try out stand up…

Comedy Improv (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 11-13) Have you ever seen the television show Whose Line is It Anyway? and thought, “I’d like to do that!” Here’s your chance! Comedy improvisation is the art of acting without a script. You will try many theatre games, sometimes plugging in audience suggestions, with the result being at best hilarious and at the least entertaining. In this experiential camp, students will learn the craft of comedy improvisation through playing warm-up and group-building games, and finally the…

“Little House” Hands-On Pioneers (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 5-7) If you are a fan of the Little House Books or TV show, you’ve probably wondered what it would be like to live long ago. Maybe you’ve even wondered what kids in the future will think was interesting about your life as a kid today. We’ll engage in some of the activities Laura Ingalls Wilder describes: churning butter, making a button lamp, sewing, and pulling taffy! We’re pretty much going to make a mess and something…

Poetry, Pottery, and Paper (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 8-11) In this collaboration between Writers & Books and the Flower City Arts Center, you’ll have a unique opportunity to merge visual arts with creative writing. You will use a press mold to create a ceramic book, write pottery-inspired poems, interview real artists, make paper, and use a letterpress to print the words you have written. This camp will be a real hands-on experience taught by professional artists and writers at both the Flower City Arts…

Build-A-Book (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 10-13) So you want to write a book, but you need a plan? Learn how to plot a book chapter by chapter, taking your great idea and turning it into a juicy plot! Observe how ordinary people and places can help you bring your book’s characters to life and become heroes and villains while on our daily walking trips to sites in the Neighborhood of the Arts. We’ll study author’s craft using your personal copy of…

College Essay Prep (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for rising seniors) Senior year is approaching and college-bound students can get an early start on their Common Application personal essay. Students may be asking themselves, “Where do I start? How can I make this essay the best it can be?” This workshop offers students a supportive, creative, and fun environment in which students can draft their Common App essay with the help of a professional writer and journalist. Students will leave with a full, edited draft of their…

Songwriter’s Workshop (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for teens) NOTE: Camp meets at Rochester Contemporary School of Music, The Old Pickle Factory Building, 1 Grove Street, Suite 122A, Pittsford, NY 14534 Do you constantly have a tune playing in your head? Are you always listening to music? Do you wish you could write your own songs, like your favorite artists? Well, now you can! Under the guidance of professional songwriters, musicians, and poets, you will be led through the creative process of writing your own…

Magic Tree House Adventure Club (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 5-7) Take part in wonderful adventures from the Magic Tree House series. Join Annie and Jack as they solve problems, help people, and travel around the world and through time. Through our exploration of the Magic Tree House books, we might visit China, the Swiss Alps, or the Australian Outback! We’ll even find out about the great Houdini and learn magic tricks to amaze our friends. Like Annie and Jack, we will learn about the animals and…

Write a Short Play! (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for ages 11-13) Do you love theatre? Have you always wanted to write your own play? Then this camp is for you! Through theatre games and writing exercises, we will learn how to tell a story meant for the stage. Our own 5-10 minute plays will be presented in a staged reading for friends and families on Friday. Come prepared to play and write!

Teen Comedy Improv (August 5 – August 9)

August 5 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: for teens) Have you ever seen the television show Whose Line is It Anyway? and thought, “I’d like to do that!” Here’s your chance! Comedy improvisation is the art of acting without a script. You will try many theatre games, sometimes plugging in audience suggestions, with the result being at best hilarious and at the least entertaining. In this experiential camp, students will learn the craft of comedy improvisation through playing warm-up and group-building games, and finally the improv…

Stories to Grow On (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 5-7) Get to know...YOU, through the great world of books. Stories can help us to take a closer look at our own thoughts and feelings and to appreciate moments of joy and face moments of challenge. We’ll read stories together as a group, create art, and use creative movement to understand and express our emotions more effectively. We will apply themes from the Elmer book series to gain a greater appreciation for our own uniqueness, harness the…

Flash Your Fiction (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 8-11) Flash fiction is a very short form of story writing. Every word is essential. These stories have all the parts: character, setting, and plot but in a nutshell. We’ll learn to hook the reader and then, through an unexpected twist, leave the reader wanting more. In writing our own pieces, we’ll analyze the power of words and learn what is and isn’t necessary for a good story. Editing will be a key component, as will feedback…

Hike & Write! (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 10-13) In this camp students will express themselves in writing, using nature as a unique source of inspiration! We will travel outdoors to explore, observe, record, and discuss all that nature has to offer. In addition to exploring the local neighborhood, we might take a city bus excursion to Highland Park, Pinnacle Hill, and/or Cobbs Hill to see Rochester in a new light, so put on your hiking shoes! And we will also travel indoors to Writers…

Writing with Light (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

(ALL DAY: for ages 12-14) The word photography literally means “writing with light.” Combine the magic of film-based photography with the power of your words. Using a 35mm film camera (provided) and a pen and notebook, you will explore the uniqueness of the Neighborhood of the Arts. There will be opportunities to photograph and write about outdoor art such as wall murals and sculptures, the interior and exterior details of the many historic buildings, and the gardens and natural areas.…

Writing with the Hermit Crab (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

(MORNINGS: for ages 14+) Hermit crab?! What does this creature have to do with creative writing?! Just as the hermit crab finds a new home in a shell that once belonged to another animal, writing of any genre (poetry, fiction, nonfiction) can find a home in different shaped “shells” or forms. In this camp, students will use alternative structures to explore their ideas—for example, a dictionary entry for grief that explores a writer’s loss, or a soundtrack that explores a…

Leap Into Poetry (August 12 – August 16)

August 12 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

(AFTERNOONS: ages 5-7) Rhythm, rhyme, bright descriptions, thoughtful words! Studying poetry can inspire children to love language, help build literacy, and deepen empathy. By reading aloud as a group and studying poetry, children will learn how to express their emotions. We will explore poems for children by a range of authors and experiences—like Nikki Grimes, David McCord, A.A. Milne, William Blake, and Maya Angelou—that inspire children to love poetry. We’ll write our own poems together as a group to help…

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