Reading Frenzy ~ An Independent Press Emporium

T is for Twenty Years!

September 2014


Dear Readers,


It's hard to believe, but it's true! Reading Frenzy opened its doors twenty years ago this month in a tiny space on SE 37th Avenue! Since then we've moved twice, launched a small press, hosted well over 500 free art and literary events, and most importantly, placed tens of thousands of zines, comics, and books in the hands of curious and adventurous readers like you! 

This month we launched our 8th Kickstarter campaign (through our sister project Show & Tell Press) to publish A is for Zebra, an alphabet, activity, and art book by Sean Tejaratchi, creator of Crap Hound, which coincidentally is also celebrating its 20th anniversary this fall! After just one week our project is nearly 60% funded, so it looks like we'll be going to press in early October! A is for Zebra is also featured in our gallery this month, as the book is based on a set of Crap Hound-esque prints Sean created for us, you can view all of them here or visit the shop and see them in person.

Our new location is feeling like home now, and our new neighbors -- Beacon Sound and Fisk -- just made our block 10x cooler! Best anniversary present ever! The only thing that could make it better is you!

Keep Reading!
Your Faithful Proprietress,
Chloe





 

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The Ledger

10 Ways to Celebrate our 20th Anniversary!

September 14, 2014:

Well, we didn't get a key to the city or an official commendation but we've always been a little anti-establishment anyway. All we really want for our platinum anniversary is for our patrons to celebrate this milestone with us! To that end, here's a handy list of 10 ways to celebrate with us and launch us into our 3rd decade!!!

  1. Swing by the shop this month and spend $20!
  2. Become a member of 1000 Friends of Reading Frenzy! Friends receive 10% off all general merchandise, and 25% Reading Frenzy brand items (t-shirts, totes, etc.) for a year.* Now only $20 ($25 value)! *Some restrictions apply (but not many).
  3. Spend $100 or more during the month of September and receive a FREE 1000 Friends of Reading Frenzy membership (see description above)!
  4. Purchase our lovely 4-color silkscreen Not Tonight I'm Reading print designed by Mary Kate McDevitt and printed by Seizure Palace for $20 ($30 value)!
  5. Purchase a 1000 Friends of Reading Frenzy membership and Not Tonight I'm Reading combo and get your discount on the spot -- only $35 for both ($55 value)!
  6. Pre-order a Not Tonight I'm Reading t-shirt or tote for $20 ($22-$24 value). Shipping in late September/early October.
  7. Purchase any issue of Crap Hound or from our selection of Reading Frenzy exclusive items
  8. Purchase one of these limited edition, signed and numbered, 2-color silkscreen prints from our Reading Frenzy print series for $20 ($25 value): Aaron Renier, Nikki McClure, or Kate Bingaman-Burt
  9. Purchase one of these limited edition archival pigment prints by Carson Ellis for $30 ($40 value)!
  10. Purchase an I Want to Kiss This Person print by Miranda July for $20 ($30 value)!
Special offers and discounts all expire 9/30/14, so don't dilly dally!


Rolling in the Ink: New & Notable Titles!

PORTLAND/PNW RELATED

True Portland
  • Annual 2014 True Portland: The Unofficial Guide for Creative People edited by Bridge Lab
  • John Day Fossil Beds by Matt Sundstrom -- LOCAL!
  • The Monkey Puzzle Trees of Portland by Tom Meyers -- LOCAL!
  • PDX 100 by Matt Sundstrom -- LOCAL!
  • Popeye #807: The Magazine for City Boys -- The Portland City Guide
  • The Water Storage Tanks of Portland by Tom Meyers -- -- LOCAL!
  • Wizard Island by Matt Sundstrom -- LOCAL!

KID'S & YA BOOKS

The Wonderful Egg
  • Alison and Her Robot by Fred Chao -- LOCAL!
  • The Arrival by Shaun Tan
  • Beware the Haunted Legs by Brian Cook -- LOCAL!
  • Gardening Lab for Kids by Renata Fossen Brown
  • Go: A Kidd's Guide to Graphic Design by Chip Kidd
  • Level Up by Gene Luen and Thien Pham Yang
  • Rookie Yearbook Two edited by Tavi Gevinson
  • Shackleton's Journey by William Grill
  • Stay Solid: A Radical Handbook for Youth edited by Matt Hern
  • The Wonderful Egg by Dahlov Ipcar

COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

Pretty In Ink
  • 100 Crushes by Elisha Lim
  • The Amateurs by Conor Stechschulte
  • Beautiful Darkness by Kerascoet and Fabien Vehlmann
  • The Big Feminist But edited by Shannon O'Leary and Joan Reilly 
  • Diary of a Teenage Girl by Phoebe Gloeckner 
  • Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi
  • Fight the Power: A Visual History of Protest Among the English-Speaking Peoples by various
  • Lovf by Jesse Reklaw
  • Malcolm Gladwell Foldy by Josh Shalek -- LOCAL!
  • Malcolm X: A Graphic Biography by Andrew Helfer and Randy DuBurke
  • Nick Offerman Foldy by Josh Shalek -- LOCAL!
  • Palestine by Joe Sacco
  • Pregnant Butch by A.K. Summers 
  • Pretty in Ink: Women Cartoonists edited by Trina Robbins
  • The System by Peter Kuper
  • World War 3 Illustrated 1979-2004 edited by Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman

ART, DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKS

Citizen Keane
  • 20 Ways to Draw a Cat by Julia Kuo
  • 20 Ways to Draw a Tree by Eloise Renouf
  • 20 Ways to Draw a Tulip by Trina Dalziel
  • Citizen Keane: Big Lies Behind the Big Eyes by Adam Parfrey and Cletus Nelson
  • Collect Raindrops by Nikki McClure
  • Drawn In: Inspiring Sketchbooks edited by Julia Rothman
  • From Here to There: Hand Drawn Maps edited by Kris Harzinski
  • Green Guide for Artists by Karen Michel and Kristin Hampshire
  • Illustration School: Let's Draw Cute Animals by Sachiko Umoto
  • Illustration School: Let's Draw Happy People by Sachiko Umoto
  • Illustration School: Let's Draw Magical Color by Sachiko Umoto
  • Illustration School: Let's Draw Plants & Small Creatures by Sachiko Umoto
  • Map Art Lab by Jill K. Berry and Linden McNeilly
  • Toilets of the World by Morna E. Gregory and Sian James

NON-FICTION

Dwelling Portably
  • Alive With Vigor: Surviving Your Adventurous Lifestyle by Robert Earle Sutter III
  • Annual 2014 True Portland: The Unofficial Guide for Creative People edited by Bridge Lab
  • The Atheist's Bible edited by Joan Konner
  • The Civil Disobedience edited by James Tracy
  • D.I.Y. Constitutional Amendment Kit by Nathaniel Whitten
  • Dwelling Portably 1980-2012 Box Set: Tips from the People Who Sparked the Tiny House Movement by Bert and Holly Davis
  • Hillbilly Nationalists by Amy Sonnie and James Tracy
  • Mostly True: The Story of Bozo Texino by Bill Daniel
  • Outwitting Squirrels: 101 Cunning Stratagems... by Bill Adler Jr.
  • Poison: Sinister Species with Deadly Consequences by Mark Siddall


FICTION & POETRY

Sorrow Arrow
  • Loba by Diane Di Prima
  • Sorrow Arrow by Emily Kendal Frey -- LOCAL!
  • This Planet is Doomed: The Science Fiction Poetry of Sun Ra by Sun Ra
  • Year of No Mistakes by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz

MAGAZINES & ZINES

Uppercase #22
  • Found Magazine #9
  • Hi-Fructose #32
  • Incandescent #4: A Color Film Zine -- LOCAL!
  • Incandescent #5: A Color Film Zine -- LOCAL!
  • The Lou Reeder/You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory -- LOCAL!
  • My Day #30 by Nate Orton -- LOCAL!
  • Pitchfork #1 (#2 also in stock!) -- LOCAL!
  • Popeye #807: The Magazine for City Boys -- The Portland City Guide
  • Sugar Needle #38 -- LOCAL!
  • Uppercase: For the Creative and Curious #22
  • Women of Color #4: Home -- LOCAL!
  • Women of Color #5: Interviews -- LOCAL!
  • Women of Color #6: Women Off-Color -- LOCAL!
  • Women of Color #7: Around Portland -- LOCAL!
  • Wrap #10: Into the Wild

MISC.

Summer Reading

P.I.E. Books: Pretty. Impressive. Entertaining. and More This Week!

P.I.E. BOOKS FROM JAPAN


  • 100 Illustrated Papers for Writing & Crafting
  • Cats in Yukio-e
  • Hisui Sugiura: A Pioneer of Japanese Graphic Design
  • Makiba: Cute Farm Animals
  • Mushroom Botanical Art
  • Sou Sou Paper Book
  • Sweet & Nostalgic Designs in Japan: Handicrafts, Graphics, Architecture and More
  • Wicked Bugs: The Louse that Conquered Napoleon's Army and Other Diabolical Insects
  • Yurio Seki's Design & Patterns

MISC. BOOKS

Drawing Type
  • Drawing Type: An Introduction to Illustrating Letterforms

KID'S BOOKS

Maps
  • Maps
  • Welcome to Mamoko

COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

Superzelda
  • Superzelda: The Graphic Life of Zelda Fitzgerald

MAGAZINES & ZINES

Bitch #63
  • Bitch #63: The Tough Issue
  • The Lou Reeder/You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory
  • The Mystery & Adventure Series Review #48
  • Poppycock #1: 100% Portland, 100% Nonsense
  • She Shreds #5: The Magazine Dedicated to Women Guitarists
  • Sugar Needle #38
  • Vandals Make Me Puke
  • Women of Color #4-#7: How to Live in the City of Roses and Avoid the Pricks

PAPER GOODS

Yurio Seki's Notebook: Forest
  • Yurio Seki's Notebook: Circle
  • Yurio Seki's Notebook: Forest
  • Yurio Seki's Notebook: Dalarna


Just In: A BUNCH of New Books!

Hot Weather, Hot New Titles!

This Week's Fresh Titles

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th
 - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th

A is for Zebra

An Alphabet Show by Sean Tejaratchi

Ampersand Print

Sean Tejaratchi (creator of Crap Hound and LiarTownUSA) made a beautiful set of Crap Hound-esque alphabet prints for us back in 2012. We've brought them back for an encore exhibit to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Reading Frenzy and Crap Hound, added an ampersand print, and launched a Kickstarter project to publish an A is for Zebra alphabet book! 

A is for Zebra will be an all-ages alphabet, activity, and art book, intended for lovers of graphic design, typography, alphabets, word play, and vintage commercial art. Each page will feature a single brightly colored letter of the alphabet surrounded by dozens of (mostly) vintage black and white illustrations depicting words that begin with that letter. From obvious to obscure, there's fun for the whole family in identifying the images! Answers key will be included in the back of the book. 

Printed with archival inks on 100% cotton rag paper, and available in a muted rainbow of 13 different colors, the prints can be purchased individually or as a complete set through our Kickstarter project until October 8th.

Exhibit runs through September.


 
 

Upcoming Events

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3rd

Your Hidden Skeleton

Antique Inkblot Exhibit curated by Chloe Eudaly

Your Hidden Skeleton, Alma Jones

A few years ago, your faithful proprietress purchased a 100-year-old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line. Fold paper while ink is still wet. Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." -- but the results were otherworldly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae, and other apparitions. For October's show we will give these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages, gently enhancing the images, and creating heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years. In addition to the exhibit, we'll have a handful of the original books on display and inkblot activities. We'll also be exploring inkblot and other accidental art forms, pareidolia, handwriting, and divination in the shop.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books (there's at least one other version called "The Ghosts of My Friends") pre-date the Rorschach Test by at least five years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of possible meaning and infinite variation to the game. Read more about the history and cultural impact of the inkblot here.

Exhibit runs through October.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 4pm

Design Week Portland N/NE Open House: Your Hidden Skeleton

Join us for an exhibit, activities, and refreshments!

Your Hidden Skeleton, Alma Jones.

Join us for Design Week Portland's N/NE Open House! A few years ago, your faithful proprietress purchased a 100-year-old autograph book from a rare book dealer calledYour Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line. Fold paper while ink is still wet. Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." -- but the results were otherworldly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae, and other apparitions. For October's show we will give these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages, gently enhancing the images, and creating heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years. In addition to the exhibit, we'll have a handful of the original books on display and inkblot art making activities. We'll also be exploring inkblot and other accidental art forms, pareidolia, handwriting, and divination in the shop.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books (there's at least one other version called "The Ghosts of My Friends") pre-date the Rorschach Test by at least five years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of possible meaning and infinite variation to the game. Read more about the history and cultural impact of the inkblot here.

Exhibit runs through October.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 7pm

Our Poison Horse & Loser Makes Good

Reading and Signing with Derrick Brown and Greg Gerding!
Our Poison Horse

Join us tonight for a doubleheader with Derrick Brown and Greg Gerding! Our Poison Horse and Loser Makes Good will be available for purchase, along with a selection of other titles from Write Bloody Publishing and University of Hell Press.

Our Poison Horse is the newest poetry collection released by Derrick Brown. Brown finally sold the ship, The Sea Section, upon which he lived for years in the Long Beach harbor, after which he took to hunting for a city that was affordable and had a bustling writer's community. He landed in Austin, Texas and when the progress of that town got to be intense, he moved to the nearby countryside in Elgin, Texas, and from that pastoral setting came unfurling this new collection of his most personal work to date. Our Poison Horse touches on more autobiography than the romantic and fantastical that was so present in his past work. "There is a theme that in beautiful places, you will also find horror, and gratefully, the reverse is true."

Derrick Brown is the winner of the 2013 Texas Book of The Year award for Poetry. He is a former Paratrooper for the 82nd Airborne and is the president of one of what Forbes and Filter Magazine call "one of the best independent poetry presses in the country," Write Bloody Publishing. He is the author of five books of poetry and three children's books. The New York Times calls his work, "a rekindling of faith in the weird, hilarious, shocking, beautiful power of words."


In 1994, the year that the world lost luminaries Charles Bukowski, Bill Hicks, and Kurt Cobain, 22-year-old Greg Gerding sought to find his own voice, his language, as a writer and an intellectual. Gerding set off on a journey of self-exploration, inebriation, social deviation, and intimate relations, and chronicled his experiences with poetry and prose. Loser Makes Good contains selected works taken from eight handwritten notebooks Gerding filled over that year. A true self-portrait of the artist as a young man, Loser follows Gerding as he questions convention, confronts obligation, and rebels against expectation in an effort to fully realize himself as an artist, and a man.

Greg Gerding is a noted underground poet and publisher. He is the author of seven books; five books of poetry, one short-story collection, and an oral history on the subject of intimacy. He founded the University of Hell Press in 2005 as a platform for unconventional artistry, and he has collaborated on projects with both musicians and visual artists. He was recently named editor-in-chief of The Big Smoke US, an opinion site launching in February 2015. Gerding was born in Kentucky, has lived and/or worked in nearly every city in America, and currently resides in Portland. 

Loser Makes Good

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 3pm

The Best Book in The World!

Reading, Signing, and Drawing with Rilla!
Best Book in the World

The Best Book in the World (Flying Eye Books, 2014) is an ode to reading by designer and illustrator, Rilla Alexander! We're pleased as punch to introduce this recent Portland transplant via Berlin and Australia to you! Join us for a reading, signing, and fun activities! The Best Book in the World is of course any book of your choosing, the book you become absorbed in to the exclusion of everything around you, just like our heroine Sozi. To that end, we invite participants to draw the cover of their own "best book" (materials provided) to be given a souvenir stamp of approval! 

Rilla Alexander is an Australian illustrator and designer whose work has appeared on everything from toys and teacups to busses and buildings. She has designed ceramics and stationery for Madrid's Museo del Prado, barnyard animals for Swiss Credit Cards and replaced the bed with a tent in a Copenhagen hotel. Her books celebrate creativity and reading, making and doing. 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19th, 6pm

Dispatches Against Displacement: Field Notes From San Francisco's Housing Wars

Potluck, Reading, and Discussion with James Tracy

San Francisco is being eroded by waves of cash flowing north from Silicon Valley. Recent evictions of long-time San Francisco residents, outrageous rents and home prices, and blockaded "Google buses" are only the tip of the iceberg. James Tracy's book focuses on the long arc of displacement over almost two decades of "dot com" boom and bust, offering the necessary perspective to analyze the latest urban horrors. A housing activist in the Bay Area since before Google existed, Tracy puts the hardships of the working poor and middle class front and center. These essays explore the battle for urban space -- public housing residents fighting austerity, militant housing takeovers, the vagaries of federal and state housing policy, as well as showdowns against gentrification in the Mission District. From these experiences, Dispatches Against Displacement draws out a vision of what alternative urbanism might look like if our cities were developed by and for the people who bring them to life.

James Tracy is a Bay Area native and a well-respected community organizer. He is co-founder of the San Francisco Community Land Trust (which uses public and private money to buy up housing stock and take it out of the real estate market), as well as a poet and co-author of Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 7pm

Curbside Splendor Reading

Reading & Signing with Dmitry Samarov, Susan Lanier, Brian Costello, and Sara June Woods
Joins us for a Curbside Slendor extravaganza featuring four authors! Curbside Splendor is an independent publisher, based in Chicago and 
Where To?

Dmitry Samarov's illustrated memoir, Where To? A Hack Memoir, captures encounters with drunken passengers, overbearing cops, unreasonable city bureaucracy, his fellow cabdrivers, a few potholes, and other unexpectedly beautiful moments. Accompanied by dozens of Samarov's original artworks -- composed during traffic jams, waits at the airport, and lulls in his shifts -- the stories in Where To? provide a street-level view of America from the perspective of an immigrant painter driving a cab for money.

Dmitry Samarov was born in Moscow, USSR in 1970. He immigrated to the US with his family in 1978. He got in trouble in 1st grade for doodling on his Lenin Red Star pin and hasn't stopped doodling since. After a false start at Parsons School of Design in New York, he graduated with a BFA in painting and printmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1993.

Upon graduation he promptly began driving a cab -- first in Boston, then after a time, in Chicago -- which eventually led to the publication of his illustrated work memoir Hack: Stories from a Chicago Cab by University of Chicago Press in 2011. His second book, Where To? A Hack Memoir is forthcoming from Curbside Splendor in September, 2014.
He has exhibited his work in all manner of bars, coffee shops, libraries, and even the odd gallery (when he's really hard up).

He paints and writes in Chicago, Illinois. He no longer drives a cab.

The Game We Play

Susan Lanier's The Game We Play includes ten riveting, emotionally complex stories examining the decisions we make when our choices are few and courage is costly. Topics include a young couple facing disease and commitment with the same sharp fear, a teenager stealing from his girlfriend's mother's purse to help pay for her abortion, and a father making a split-second decision that puts his child's life at risk.

Susan Lanier earned an MFA in creative writing from Columbia College in 2012 and currently lives, writes, and photographs in Chicago, Illinois. Her work has appeared in Annalemma and Hairtrigger, and is forthcoming in collaboration with Yes Press Books.

Losing in Gainesville

Set in mid-1990s Florida, Losing in Gainesville hilariously explores what failure means in a culture where everyone is supposed to win. Razorcake praised Brian Costello's first novel for its language and attention to detail and Bookslut lauded its dialogue and conversational narrator. These strengths are once again on display in Losing in Gainesville. With an ensemble cast of slackers, burn-outs, musicians, and dreamers, who are all losing something -- their youth, their ambitions, their careers, their children, their former identities -- Costello builds a sun-bleached world of people struggling to understand what it means to succeed on their terms.

Brian Costello is a writer, musician, and comedic performer living in Chicago, Illinois. He plays drums in the band Outer Minds, and co-hosts Shame That Tune, a monthly live game show. Losing in Gainesville is his second novel.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 5pm

Trick or Treat on Mississippi Avenue!

Happy Halloween!

Owls & Bats

Join us for early trick or treating on Mississippi Avenue! We'll have treats for bigs and littles! Costumes required! 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 7pm

Horn! The Collected Reviews

Reading and Signing by Kevin Thomas

Horn!

Join us this evening for a reading and signing with Rumpus columnist, Kevin Thomas to celebrate his new book Horn! The Collected Reviews (OR Books, 2014)! Most reviewers take thousands of words to do what Kevin Thomas does in nine exquisitely detailed black-and-white panels. Using his captivating illustrations and no more than a handful of words, week by week Thomas decrypts some of the most intriguing books of our day for readers of The Rumpus: now eighty-five of his favorites are collected in one volume.

Fiction and non-fiction, cutting-edge and popular books; the one quality these works have in common is that they've attracted Thomas' remarkably perceptive gaze and pen. This is a paean to reading by a thoroughly unjaded, committed amateur of the art, seriously appreciative of each book's unique attributes. The works he selects are ones he admires: and he excels at conveying the excitement and respect they inspire in him. What a list he's compiled: Jonathan Lethem, Jim Shepard, Rachel Kushner, Renata Adler, Georges Perec, David Graeber, Julian Assange, George Saunders, Hilton Als, Oliver Sacks, Cheryl Strayed, Dennis Cooper and Jennifer Egan are just a few of the authors whose work is here brilliantly distilled.

Visual haikus closer to meditative poetry than traditional criticism, Thomas' unforgettable, evocative drawings often manage to encapsulate the essence of a book far better than a 2,000 word essay in our leading journals. Take a look for yourself.

Kevin Thomas was born in Southern California and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. Classically trained in music, he is self-taught in comics. His comic strip Horn! Reviews appears fortnightly on The Rumpus. His work has appeared in Barrelhouse magazine and on OccupyWriters.com. He lives and reads in western Washington.

Try your hand at a nine panel book review and toot your own Horn here!

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 7pm

The Wax Bullet War

Reading and Signing with Sean Davis

More info coming soon...

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 7pm

Sara or the Existence of Fire

Book Release Party with Sara Woods

More info coming soon...

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 7pm

Dragon's Breath and Other True Stories

Reading & Signing with MariNaomi, Yumi Sakugawa and Kinoko Evans

More info coming soon...

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 7pm

Root Hog or Die: The John Porcellino/King-Cat Documentary Screening & Signing

Hollywood Theater (4122 NE Sandy Blvd.)

More info coming soon...

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 7pm

Root Hog or Die: The John Porcellino/King-Cat Documentary Screening & Signing

Hollywood Theater (4122 NE Sandy Blvd.)

More info coming soon...

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th

CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 6pm

Homespun

Handmade & Affordable Art Show

More info coming soon...

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25th

CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY

 
 
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