Undated 2024 New Releases

 














Leap by Simina Popescu (Roaring Brook Press) - YA graphic novel.
Mekisha Telfer at Roaring Brook has acquired, in a preempt, world rights to Leap by debut author Simina Popescu, a queer coming-of-age YA graphic novel about two dancers navigating adolescence, their sexuality, first love, and heartache in a conservative post-communist city. Publication is scheduled for spring 2024; Natascha Morris at Tobias Literary brokered the deal.

Untitled by Adiba Jaigirdar
(Feiwel and Friends)

Cursebreaker #2 by Katie Rose Pool
(Henry Holt)







Queer and How We Got Here by Hazel Newlevant (Little, Brown) - YA graphic non-fiction.
Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown has bought, in an exclusive submission, world rights to YA graphic nonfiction book Queer and How We Got Here by Hazel Newlevant, in which the author blends their personal story of coming out with explorations of important moments from queer history to draw a parallel between the growth of a community and the growth of the author's personal identity. Publication is planned for early 2024; Tanya McKinnon at McKinnon Literary handled the deal.




And They Were Roommates by Page Powars (Delacorte)
Bria Ragin has bought at auction, in her first acquisition for Delacorte, debut author Page Powars's YA novel The Borrow a Boyfriend Club, in which a trans boy must master the art of romance to join his new school's most illustrious (and secret) club to ensure his classmates see him as his true gender, and soon finds himself falling for the club's prickly president; plus And They Were Roommates, about a trans teen trying to keep a low profile at his all-boys boarding school, which proves difficult once he starts rooming with the strict principal's charming son, who's also his former summer camp fling from before he transitioned. Publication is set for summer 2023 and summer 2024; Natalie Lakosil at Irene Goodman Literary Agency did the deal for U.S., Canada, and non-exclusive OPM rights.

Roofhoppers by Andi Porretta (Atheneum) - YA graphic novel.
Alex Borbolla at Atheneum has bought, in a preempt, Roofhoppers by Andi Porretta. Comped to Booksmart and set against the backdrop of New York City, the graphic novel follows four friends the summer after high school graduation. When the group agrees to play a game of dares from their childhood one last time, what was meant to bring them all together could be the thing that tears them apart. Publication is scheduled for summer 2024; Natascha Morris at the Tobias Literary Agency handled the deal for world English rights.

Strange Bedfellows by Ariel Slamet Ries (HarperAlley) - YA graphic novel.
Carolina Ortiz at HarperAlley has bought, at auction, YA graphic novel Strange Bedfellows by two-time Ignatz Award-winning comic artist Ariel Slamet Ries. Oberon is finding his way back after a very public "breakdown," but when he develops the ability to conjure his dreams in real life—including a facsimile of his high school crush—he might have more on his plate than he thought. Publication is set for summer 2024, with an untitled second book to follow in summer 2026; Linda Camacho at Gallt & Zacker Literary Agency did the deal for North American rights.

Untitled by Karen M. McManus (Delacorte)

Untitled by Lauren Kay (HarperTeen)

Hex and Havoc #2 by
Nilah Magruder and Sonia Liao (HarperCollins)




Untitled by Aiden Thomas (Feiwel and Friends)
"...A third YA novel, pitched as "gay Titanic in space,"



















Fateless by Julie Kagawa (Inkyard Press)
Stephanie Cohen at Inkyard Press has acquired world and audio rights to the Fateless trilogy by Julie Kagawa, a YA fantasy adventure that follows thieves guild member Sparrow and her comrades as they fight to save their city—and the entire desert empire—from the wrath of the Deathless King. Publication is scheduled for fall 2024, fall 2025 and fall 2026; Laurie McLean at Fuse Literary negotiated the deal.

Suraya by Fouad Mezher (Dial) - YA graphic novel.
Dana Chidiac at Dial has acquired, at auction, Suraya, the YA graphic novel debut of Lebanese comics artist Fouad Mezher. In post-pandemic Beirut, a 16-year-old physics prodigy and YouTube star’s dreams of becoming a rocket scientist are interrupted when one of her experiments goes terribly and publicly wrong. Publication is planned for fall 2024; Anjali Singh at Ayesha Pande Literary handled the deal for North American rights.

I Shall Never Fall in Love by Hari Conner (HMH) - YA graphic novel.
Harriet Low at HMH has bought, at auction, debut YA graphic novel, I Shall Never Fall in Love by Hari Conner, a queer Regency romance starring two friends trying to find their places in the world and each other's lives. George and Eleanor's story explores class privilege, trans identity, and friendship in the time of calling cards and Empire waists. Publication is slated for fall 2024; Jessica Mileo at InkWell Management negotiated the deal for North American rights.

School Spirits by Nate Trinrud, Megan Trinrud and Maria Nguyen (Clarion/HarperAlley) - YA graphic novel.
Kate O'Sullivan at Clarion/HarperAlley has bought, at auction, world English rights to School Spirits, a YA graphic novel series by Nate Trinrud (l.), Megan Trinrud (c.), and Maria Nguyen (r). The first book follows a teenager who finds herself living her own personal nightmare: she's been murdered, she's stuck haunting the halls of her high school, and she's pretty sure her ex-boyfriend killed her. When she finds that the school is haunted by others who died there over the past hundred years, she has to deal with being the new girl in the afterlife while investigating her own murder. Publication of the first book is set for fall 2024; Charlie Olsen at InkWell Management brokered the two-book deal.

Kokoro by Christine Mari (Little, Brown) - YA graphic memoir, previously self-published.
Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown has acquired, in a preempt, Kokoro by Christine Mari, a YA graphic memoir of growing up and negotiating her place in two worlds—America and Japan—while navigating the mental and emotional legacy of being a “hafu”—half Japanese, half American. Publication is scheduled for fall 2024; Samantha Haywood and Devon Halliday at Transatlantic Agency negotiated the deal for world rights.

Good Mourning by Circe Moskowitz and Caleb Hosalla (Dial) - YA graphic novel.
Michelle Lee at Dial has bought, in a preempt, world English rights to Good Mourning, the debut YA graphic novel by Circe Moskowitz, pitched as Schitt's Creek meets HGTV. Black vampire Theo trades in the city and her coven for a quiet, New England inn only to find it more rundown than advertised. After (accidentally) murdering the current owner, Theo places herself in charge and ends up falling in love: with running a bed and breakfast... and with Ronny, the handywoman, who knows Theo's vampiric secret. Caleb Hosalla will illustrate; publication is slated for fall 2024. Natascha Morris at the Tobias Literary Agency represented the author, and Thao Le at Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency represented the illustrator.

My January Heart by Noor Rasoul (Knopf) - YA graphic memoir.
Marisa DiNovis at Knopf has acquired, in an exclusive submission, My January Heart by Noor Rasoul. Pitched as Giant Days meets Hey, Kiddo, the semi-autobiographical YA graphic novel follows 17-year-old Noor's attempt to leave her anxiety behind in the Middle East as she pursues her dream of going to art school in California—only to find that running away won't solve all of her problems. Publication is scheduled for fall 2024; Jessica Errera at the Jane Rotrosen Agency negotiated the deal for world rights.

Basketball IQ by Michael Ralph, Nia Palmer and Laura Molnar (Algonquin) - YA graphic novel.
Krestyna Lypen at Algonquin has acquired, in a two-book deal, world rights to two YA graphic novels by Michael Ralph, illustrated by Nia Palmer (c.) and Laura Molnar (r.). Fishing demonstrates how incarcerated people communicate and build networks through the unique form of attachment known as "fishing," and Basketball IQ explores the cerebral, strategic approach to the game that separates the greatest basketball players of all time from their competitors. Publication is set for spring 2023 and fall 2024, respectively; Anna Olswanger at Olswanger Literary represented the author and illustrators.




No releases currently scheduled.





Godly Heathens by H.E. Edgmon (Wednesday Books)
Sylvan Creekmore at Wednesday Books has bought, at auction, a YA contemporary fantasy duology called Godly Heathens, plus one more book, by H.E. Edgmon (The Witch King), pitched as American Gods meets All Of Us Villains, in which a nonbinary Seminole teen from a southern town discovers they are the reincarnated god of magic and must hunt down and destroy the one weapon capable of permanently killing a god, before the lives—and loves—they've had through the centuries catch up to them. Publication of the first book is set for winter 2024; Lee O'Brien and Victoria Marini at Irene Goodman Literary Agency did the three-book deal for world rights.

Juramento by Rocky Callen (Henry Holt)
Brian Geffen at Holt has bought, in an exclusive submission, North American English rights to Juramento, a contemporary YA novel by Rocky Callen. Pitched as Fast and Furious meets Atypical, the story follows fierce-hearted Leti Rivera, a street racer who is chasing her dreams and outrunning pain that has plagued her family since she was born. When tragedy strikes her family again and her life collides with Jacob, an autistic boy who is grappling with grief of his own, she makes an oath that could change her life forever. Publication is set for winter 2024; Holly McGhee of Pippin Properties negotiated the deal.

Just Max by Aiden Thomas (Feiwel and Friends)
Holly West at Feiwel and Friends has acquired, in an exclusive submission, Just Max by Aiden Thomas (Cemetery Boys), in which a stealth transgender college student faces the usual stress of freshman year—making new friends and trying to fit in—while managing testosterone shots, navigating the perils of communal bathrooms, and falling in love with the handsome soccer player down the hall. Publication is planned for winter 2024; Jennifer March Soloway at Andrea Brown Literary Agency did the six-figure deal for world rights.

Last Ship to Mars by Samantha Benc (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Mark Podesta at Henry Holt has bought, at auction, Last Ship to Mars by queer cartoonist Samantha Benc, a speculative YA graphic novel pitched as Bloom meets Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Set on a deteriorating Earth, the story follows Mara, an aspiring scientist, and her relationship with a humanoid android—a connection that will alter the course of her life, forcing her to choose between abandoning her planet for a better life on Mars or working to rescue the only home she's ever known. Publication is set for winter 2024; Claire Draper at the Bent Agency did the deal for world English rights.

Evil-ish by Kennedy Tarrell (Feiwel and Friends) - YA graphic novel.
Rachel Diebel at Feiwel and Friends has bought debut fantasy YA graphic novel Evil-ish by author-illustrator and Disney Animation Studios story artist Kennedy Tarrell, and a second untitled project. In Evil-ish, nonbinary teen Hawthorne finally gets the chance to fulfill their dream of joining the local league of evil... only to play second fiddle to bubbly, bright, decidedly un-evil seeming Maple. But after an accident ends in death, Hawthorne begins to realize that villainy is not all it's cracked up to be, and Maple might be a little too interested in crime for their taste. Publication is set for winter 2024; Moe Ferrara at BookEnds did the deal for world rights.

Everyone Sux But You by Kelsey Wroten (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Mark Podesta at Holt has acquired, at auction, Everyone Sux But You by Lambda Award-winning artist and author Kelsey Wroten, a YA graphic novel set in the early aughts about an apathetic lesbian punk who learns—in the wake of her mother's death and on the verge of confessing her feelings for her best friend—that caring might just be cool, with echoes of Daria, Ladybird, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Publication is planned for winter 2024; Edward Maxwell at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates negotiated the deal for world English rights.

Not Light, but Fire: The Story of Mary Bowser by Jamie McGhee and Charlot Kristensen (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Mark Podesta at Henry Holt has acquired North American rights to Not Light, but Fire: The Story of Mary Bowser (W.T.) by Jamie McGhee (l.) (writing as Jay Leslie), illustrated by Charlot Kristensen. This YA historical fiction graphic novel is inspired by the life and bravery of Mary Bowser, the Civil War spy whose espionage made Union victory possible. Publication is scheduled for winter 2024; Wendi Gu at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates represented the author, and Thao Le at Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency represented the illustrator.

Silenced Voices by Pablo Leon (HarperAlley) - YA graphic novel.
Andrew Arnold at HarperAlley has acquired, in a two-book preempt, Silenced Voices by Eisner-nominated Pablo Leon, a YA graphic novel about two sisters who find their way back to each other after being separated during a military raid on their village during the civil war in Guatemala in 1982. Publication of the first book is planned for winter 2024; Britt Siess at Britt Siess Creative Management brokered the deal for North American rights.

Freshman Year by Sarah Mai (Little, Brown/Ottaviano) - YA graphic novel.
Jessica Anderson at Little, Brown/Ottaviano has bought, in a preempt, world rights to Freshman Year, a debut YA graphic novel by Sarah Mai. Pitched for fans of Check, Please! and Heartstopper, this coming-of-age story inspired by the author's life chronicles the humor and anguish symptomatic of the college transition—all through the eyes of a burgeoning comics artist. The book is scheduled for winter 2024; Claire Easton and Lori Nowicki at Painted Words negotiated the deal.

Untitled by Trang Tranh Tran (Bloomsbury)

This Dark Descent #2 by Kalyn Josephson (Roaring Brook Press)







The Isles of the Gods #2 by Amie Kaufman (Knopf)
Description not yet released.



















The Encanto's Daughter by Melissa de la Cruz (Putnam)
Jennifer Klonsky and Polo Orozco at Putnam have bought, in an exclusive submission, The Encanto's Daughter by Melissa de la Cruz (Blue Bloods), a YA fantasy duology inspired by Filipino folklore. In the first book, Princess of the Summer Court, a girl learns that her late father was an Encanto, the fairy king of the Summer Court, and now she must navigate a backstabbing court, claim her throne, and wage war against the Winter kingdom. Publication is set for 2024; Richard Abate at 3 Arts Entertainment sold world rights.

The Darkness Within Us by
Tricia Levenseller (Feiwel and Friends)
Holly West at Feiwel and Friends has acquired the next four YA fantasy novels by Tricia Levenseller. The Chromamancer Chronicles, a trilogy in which an orphan, princess, and ranger must stop a magical serial killer from destroying their world, will follow an expedited schedule with titles releasing six months apart in 2024 and 2025. The Darkness Within Us will be a companion novel to the author's bestselling The Shadows Between Us focusing on Alessandra's sister, and is slated for 2023. Rachel Brooks at BookEnds Literary negotiated the deal for world rights.

Gates by L.M. Elliott (Algonquin)
Elise Howard at Algonquin Young Readers has bought L.M. Elliott's photo-illustrated historical YA novel Gates. The story centers on a teen girl serving as a Capitol page in 1973—the year of Watergate and President Nixon's unraveling presidency—following the ways in which she and her politically minded friends must evolve their thinking in a time that forces them to question everything, including what they believe about the ERA and Phyllis Schlafly's fear-mongering campaign against it. Publication is set for 2024; Katelyn Detweiler at Jill Grinberg Literary Management did the deal for world rights.

The Worst Ronin by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Faith Schaffer (HMH/Etch) - YA graphic novel.
Lily Kessinger at HMH/Etch has acquired world rights to The Worst Ronin by Maggie Tokuda-Hall (l.) (The Mermaid, The Witch, and the Sea). The YA graphic novel saga, to be illustrated by Faith Schaffer, tells the story of two women samurai—one running from the grief of her past, and the other hoping for glory. Publication is scheduled for 2024; Jennifer Laughran at Andrea Brown Literary represented the author, and the illustrator represented herself.

The Harrowing by Kristen Kiesling and Jen Hickman (Abrams/Amulet) - YA graphic novel.
Charlotte Greenbaum at Abrams/Amulet has acquired world rights to The Harrowing, a YA graphic novel by Kristen Kiesling (l.), illustrated by Jen Hickman (Moth & Whisper). Pitched as Minority Report meets I Hunt Killers, it's a near future story about a psychic teen girl who is forced to use her powers to track down killers, until she discovers her boyfriend is her next target. It asks questions about how far a person might go to protect those they love, while wrestling with the value of individual choice, punishment, and rehabilitation. Publication is set for 2024; Jennifer Chen Tran at Bradford Literary represented the author, and Dara Hyde at Hill Nadell Literary Agency represented the illustrator.

Cover Your Tracks by Jordan Morris and Bowen McCurdy (First Second) - YA graphic novel, previously titled Youth Group.
Calista Brill at First Second has bought YA graphic novel Youth Group by Jordan Morris (l.) (Bubble) and Bowen McCurdy (Specter Inspectors), about a cynical young goth who reluctantly joins the youth group at her local mega-church, only to discover that the Christian youth are sneaking out at night to slay actual demons. Alison Wilgus will also edit. Publication is slated for 2024; Dara Hyde at Hill Nadell Literary Agency represented Morris, and Tamara Kawar at ICM Partners represented McCurdy in the deal for world rights.

Ripple by Sami Brice (Random House Graphic) - YA graphic novel.
Whitney Leopard at Random House Graphic has acquired world rights to Sami Brice's Ripple, a contemporary YA graphic novel based on the author's own life. Fourteen-year-old Noéme suddenly finds her home filled with extended family when Haiti is hit by an earthquake. Life was hard enough as she started high school, but now she has to deal with a new side of her identity she had been putting on the back burner, and deal with her cousins at the same time. Publication is planned for 2024; the author was unagented.

Sugar Coated by Amber Padilla (Scholastic Graphix) - YA graphic novel.
Megan Peace and David Saylor at Scholastic Graphix have acquired, in an exclusive submission, world rights to Sugar Coated, a debut graphic novel by #OwnVoices creator Amber Padilla. In this coming-of-age YA novel, Latinx protagonist Annabelle Romo is the awkward new girl in school who is trying to fit in and find love… as somebody else. Through the sweet treats she bakes and the sugar-coated online profile she makes, Annabelle soon discovers that finding friends and finding love isn't nearly as challenging as finding herself. Publication is set for 2024; Dara Hyde at Hill Nadell Literary negotiated the deal.

Reject Squad by Alyssa Cole and ONeill Jones (Balzer + Bray) - YA graphic novel.
Tiara Kittrell at HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray has acquired, at auction, in a six-figure, two-book deal, world English rights to Reject Squad by Alyssa Cole, illustrated by ONeill Jones. In this Sleeping Beauty-inspired YA fantasy romance graphic novel, a perfectionist princess powered by rage is hexed, placing her kingdom and her life in jeopardy, unless her newfound friends (the magical hot messes of the Reject Squad)—and the irritating boy she's betrothed to—can help her save herself. Publication is set for 2024; Lucienne Diver at the Knight Agency represented the author, and Claire Draper at the Bent Agency represented the illustrator.

Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina and Mel Valentine Vargas (Candlewick) - YA graphic novel re-release.
Kate Fletcher has signed graphic novelist Mel Valentine Vargas (l.) to create a graphic novel interpretation of award-winning YA novel Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina, about a Latina teen who is targeted by a bully at her new school and must discover resources she never knew she had. Publication is planned to coincide with the book’s 10th anniversary in 2024; Elizabeth Bennett at Transatlantic Agency brokered the deal for world rights, and Jen Rofé at Andrea Brown Literary represented Medina.

Walker by Clive Hawken (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Mark Podesta at Henry Holt has acquired the YA graphic novel Walker by Clive Hawken. A transgender teenager hits the road in search of a monster in this debut that explores the complexities of otherness and connection. Though it doesn't attract the same attention as Mothman or Sasquatch, the "Plains Walker" is a legendary cryptid, feared and beloved in its own right; the question is, does it actually exist? Publication is scheduled for 2024; Alex Slater at Trident Media Group negotiated the deal for world rights.

The Dam Builders: The Colorado River, The Great Depression, and the Construction of the Hoover Dam by Simon Boughton (Little, Brown/Ottaviano) - YA non-fiction.
Christy Ottaviano at Little, Brown/Ottaviano has bought, in an exclusive submission, The Dam Builders: The Colorado River, The Great Depression, and the Construction of the Hoover Dam by Simon Boughton. This YA narrative nonfiction debut explores the building of the Hoover Dam, revealing the causes, effects, and lasting legacies of one of America's most recognizable landmarks, and its place in the story of the American West. Publication is planned for 2024; the author represented himself.

Maelstrom by Lora Merriman (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Brian Geffen at Henry Holt has bought, at auction, YA graphic novel debut Maelstrom by Lora Merriman, and an untitled YA graphic novel. Aimed at fans of Nimona, Maelstrom follows a ragtag group of rebels, led by the prophesized Hero of Virtue, who improbably teams up with Maelstrom, the demon son of the evil necromancer queen, in a quest to take her down—that is, unless Maelstrom decides to betray them first. Publication is set for 2024 and 2026; Jennifer Azantian at Azantian Literary did the six-figure deal for world English rights.

Controlled Burn by Marie Enger (Random House Graphic) - YA graphic novel.
Whitney Leopard at Random House Graphic has bought YA horror graphic novel Controlled Burn by Marie Enger. Sparrow knows something is wrong: with their town, with their brother... and definitely with them. Publication is slated for 2024; Cory Casoni at CRWN Studios represented the creator for world rights.

Gutless by Rose Bousamra (First Second) - YA graphic novel.
Kiara Valdez at First Second has bought Gutless by Rose Bousamra. The YA graphic novel follows the last mermaid in the world, a witch princess, and a wooden knight as they embark on a journey of self-discovery while trying to stop an ancient magical being from destroying the earth. Publication is scheduled for 2024; Tamara Kawar at ICM Partners brokered the deal for world English rights.

Untitled by Brittney Morris (Simon and Schuster)
"The contemporary YA follows a group of Seattle teens who enter a cryptology contest run by a mysterious entity called The Order, which will offer the winner high-tech resources that the teens plan on using to stop the placement of an oil refinery in their neighborhood."

Fyrebirds by Kate J. Armstrong (Penguin/Nancy Paulsen Books)

The Second Son by Adrienne Tooley (Little Brown/
Christy Ottaviano Books)

An Unlikely Proposition by Rosalyn Eves
(FSG)

Unitled by Ari Tison (FSG)

Untitled by Erika Turner (Feiwel and Friends)

Untitled by H.D. Hunter (FSG)

Untitled by Sophie Kim (Entangled Teen)

Untitled by RaeChell Garrett (Inkyard Press)

Untitled by Lex Croucher
(Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Ally Condie (Dutton)

Untitled by Shade Lapite (Walker Books US)

Untitled by Edward Underhill (Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Danielle Parker (Joy Revolution)

Untitled by Kaylie Smith (Disney Hyperion)

Untitled by James Ramos (Inkyard Press)

Untitled by Delilah S. Dawson (Delacorte)

Untitled by Kara H. L. Chen (Quill Tree Books)

Untitled by Kyrie McCauley (Katherine Tegan Books)

Untitled by F. T. Lukens (Margaret K. McElderry Books)

Untitled by Guadalupe Garcia McCall and David Bowles (Bloomsbury)

Untitled by Hannah Vardit (First Second Books) - YA graphic novel.

Finding Life's Story: Volume Three by Joy Hakim (MITeen/Candlewick)

Kloud 9 #2 by
AJ O. Mason and Dominic Bustamante (IDW) - YA graphic novel.

Silver in the Bone #2 by Alexandra Bracken (Random House)

Thirstwood #2 by Elly Blake
(Little, Brown)

Bad Blood #2 by Morgan Rhodes (Razorbill)

A Hunger of Thorns #2 by Lili Wilkinson (Delacorte)

Once a Queen #2 by Sarah Arthur (Waterbrook)

Waking Fire #2 by Jean Louise (Inkyard Press)

Iris at the Front by Rebecca Ross (Wednesday Books)

Chaos & Flame #2 by Justina Ireland and Tessa Gratton (Razorbill)

Lancers #2 by Yoon Ha Lee (Delacorte)

Sing Me to Sleep #2 by Gabi Burton (Bloomsbury)

We Shall Be Monsters by Tara Sim (Penguin/Paulsen)

Forging Silver Into Stars #3 by Brigid Kemmerer (Bloomsbury)

Bittersweet in the Hollow #2 by Kate Pearsall (Putnam)

Bonesmith #2 by Nicki Pau Preto (Margaret K. McElderry Books)

In Every Generation #3 by Kendare Blake (Disney Hyperion)

A Dark and Hollow Star #4 by Ashley Shuttleworth (Simon Pulse) - moved from 2023.

Song Of Silver, Flame Like Night #2 by
Amélie Wen Zhao (Delacorte)

Royal Blood #3 by Aimee Carter
(Delacorte)

Charm City Heights #3 by Paula Chase (Wednesday Books)

Monsters #3 by Vanessa Len (HarperCollins) - moved from 2023.

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