Position

Professor
English/Creative Writing & Aust Studies

Biography

Professor Jeri Kroll was the inaugural Dean of Graduate Research. She has published on Samuel Beckett, contemporary poetry and fiction, children's literature and creative writing research and pedagogy. Past President of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, she has written twenty-five titles for adults and young people (two Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Awards). Recent criticism is Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy (Multilingual Matters 2008) and Research Methods in Creative Writing (Palgrave Macmillan 2013). Workshopping the Heart: New and Selected Poems came out in 2013. A staged reading of her verse novel, Vanishing Point, took place at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 'Page to Stage' Festival and a full production at George Washington University in 2014. It was a winner in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Puncher and Wattmann published the novel that was shortlisted for the 2015 Queensland Literary Awards. Her latest co-edited book, just out with Common Ground in America, is 'Old and New, Tried and Untried': Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University.

Qualifications

PhD, Columbia University, New York City, USA, 1974
MA, University of Warwick, UK, 1968
BA Honours, Smith College, Mass., USA, 1967

Honours, awards and grants

Vanishing Point shortlisted for 2015 Queensland Literary Awards.

Varuna Writers' Retreat Fellowships (2009, 2000).

Shortlisted Rosemary Dobson Poetry Prize, 2009.

Runner-up Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize, 2006.

May Gibbs Trust Fellowship, 2006.

International Exchange Residency (one month), Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annamaghkerrig, Ireland, 2005.

A Coat of Cats, Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Book, 1999.

Swamp Soup, Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Book, 1996.

Australia Council, Literature Board, Community Writer's Fellowship and General Writing Grants.

Numerous South Australian Government Writing Grants.

Numerous poetry prizes and shortlistings.

Key responsibilities

Professor of English and Creative Writing

Teaching interests

Creative Writing, Writing for Children, Poetry

Research expertise

  • Creative Writing
  • Higher education studies
  • Literary studies 

Research interests

Creative Arts Practice-led Research, Creative Writing Pedagogy, Creative Arts Supervision, Creative Arts Higher Degrees, Creative Writing in a Second Language, Poetry, Verse Novels, Children's Literature, Cross-arts Collaboration, Professional Writing and Editing

Supervisory interests

  • Contemporary literature
  • Contemporary poetry
  • Creative arts
  • Creative arts practice-led research, creative writing pedagogy
  • Creative research higher degree supervision
  • Creative writing research higher degrees
  • Creative writing, novels
  • Creative writing, pedagogy
  • Creative writing, poetry
  • Creative writing, short stories
  • Dramaturgy, adaptation and creative development
  • Education, creative writing in higher
  • Verse novels

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Creative Writing Practice-led Research/Cross-genre adaptation (1) ; Creative Writing Practice-led Research/Poetry (1) ; Creative Writing Practice-led Research/Fiction & Nonfiction (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Creative Writing Practice-led Research/Drama (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : Contemporary Poetry (2) ; Young Adult Fiction (2) ; Creative Writing Practice-led Research/Contemporary Literature (9) ;

Associate supervisor : Practice-led Research/Life Writing (1) ; Writing and Cultural Studies (1) ;

RHD Student Achievements

  • Margaret Merrilees
    The First Week, winner of Adelaide Festival Unpublished MS Award - March 2013
    The First Week, published by Wakefield Press - October 2013
    The First Week, shortlisted for Barbara Jefferis Award - October 2014
    Flinders rep at the Outstanding Field: Artistic Research Emerging from the Academy. This symposium showcases 'the most outstanding PhD projects to have emerged from the Creative Arts in Australia and New Zealand over the past decade'. - March 2015
  • Benjamin Chandler
    Beast Child published by Random House, 2011.
    Quillblade published by Random House, 2010.
    Carclew Young Writer's Fellowship.
  • Katrina Finlayson
    Runner-up, Best Postgraduate Paper, 2012 Australasian Association of Writing Programs Conference
  • Molly Murn
    Winner of Varuna Writers' Centre Publishing Fellowship, 2013.
    Diamond Jubilee Bursary (co-winner), Federation of Australian University Women, 2012.
  • Sam Franzway
    Carclew Young Writer's Fellowship.
  • Sharon Kernot
    Wakefield Press Unpublished MS Award. Underground Road published by Wakefield Press, October 2013.

Publications

  • Kroll, J. (2016). 'Researcher and Practitioner: A Refreshed Model of Supervision in Creative Writing Doctorates' In Jeri Kroll, Andrew Melrose and Jen Webb, ed. Old and New, Tried and Untried: Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. Champaign, IL: USA: Common Ground Publishing, pp. 55-76.
  • Kroll, J., Melrose, A. and Webb, J. (2016). 'Old and New, Tried and Untried': Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. In Jeri Kroll, Andrew Melrose and Jen Webb, ed. Old and New, Tried and Untried: Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. Champaign, IL: USA: Common Ground Publishing, pp. ix-xiv.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). 'Originality and Research: Knowledge Production in Creative Writing Doctoral Degrees' In Graeme Harper, ed. Creative Writing and Education. Bristol, United Kingdom: Belknap Press, pp. 150-165.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). The Creative Writing Doctorate as Survival Story: Minding the gap between success and failure. In Thom Conroy and Gail Pittway, ed. Minding the Gap: Writing across thresholds and fault lines. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 135-154.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Selected Further Reading. In Jeri Kroll and Graeme Harper, ed. Research Methods in Creative Writing. Basingstoke, UK and New York, New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan (Macmillan in the UK and St Martin's Press in the US), pp. 223-230.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Creative Writing and Education. In G Harper, ed. A Companion to Creative Writing. West Sussex, UK: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 245-262.
    [10.1002/9781118325759.ch16] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). The Creative Writing Laboratory and its Pedagogy. In J Kroll & G Harper, ed. Research Methods in Creative Writing. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102-132.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. and Harper, G. (2013). Introduction. In J Kroll & G Harper, ed. Research Methods in Creative Writing. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-13.
    [Web Link]
  • Harper, G. and Kroll, J. (2008). Creative writing in the university. In Graeme Harper and Jeri Kroll, ed. Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. 1-9.
  • Harper, G. and Kroll, J. (2008). Introduction. In Graeme Harper and Jeri Kroll, ed. Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. xi-xiv.
  • Kroll, J. (2008). Poetry. In Graeme Harper, ed. Creative Writing Guidebook. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 18-30.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Redrafting the self: The author as work in progress. In Nigel Krauth, Tess Brady, ed. Creative Writing: Theory Beyond Practice. Teneriffe, QLD: Post Pressed, pp. 197-210.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Writing for Children and Young Adults. In Graeme Harper, ed. Teaching Creative Writing. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 47-62.
  • Kroll, J. (2004). Creative Writing: The House of Words in the New Millenium. In Rod Wissler, ed. INNOVATION IN AUSTRALIAN ARTS, MEDIA, DESIGN: FRESH CHALLENGES FOR THE TERTIARY SECTOR. Flaxton, QLD: Post Pressed, pp. 41-56.
  • Kroll, J. (2003). Wicked! A Marriage of Two Weird Minds: Dual perspectives in a collaborative novel. In John McKenzie, Doreen Darnell and Anna Smith, ed. Cinderella Transformed: Multiple Voices and Diverse Dialogues in Children's Literature. Christchurch: Centre for Children's Literature, pp. 164-175.
  • Kroll, J. (2002). Popular as a Dirty Word: Investigating Literary and Cultural Biases Through a Study of Paul Jennings. In Bull, GAnstey, M, ed. Crossing the Boundaries. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia, pp. 261-281.
  • Kroll, J., Melrose, A. and Webb, J. (Eds.). (2016). Old and New, Tried and Untried: Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. Champaign, IL: USA: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Kroll, J. and Harper, G. (Eds.). (2013). Research Methods in Creative Writing. New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.
    [Web Link]
  • Harper, G. and Kroll, J. (Eds.). (2008). Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Researcher and Practitioner: The Challenge of Effective Supervision in Creative Writing Doctorates. In People, Place, Processes, Performance, Possibilities. The Supervision Challenge: Integrating the 5 P's. Swinburne University of Technology - Hawthorne, Victoria. Sep 2013.
    [Web Link]
  • Harper, G., Coles, K., Kroll, J. and McLoughlin, N. (2016). The Great Writing International Creative Writing conference, Imperial College, London: Observations from 2012-2014. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing,
    [10.1080/14790726.2015.1109668] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. (2015). Writer Know Thyself: Poetics and Psychoanalysis. Text, 19(2)
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). A Marketplace of Ideas. Review of the Creativity Market: Creative Writing in the 21st Century (Book Review) Text, 17(2) pp. 229-229.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2015). Vanishing Point. Glebe, NSW: Puncher and Wattmann, pp. 1-283.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). Vanishing Point Full Stage Production Kennedy Center. Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  • Kroll, J. (2015). 'Australian February' March 2015 ed. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon.: Routledge (Taylor and Francis). 12(1) pp. 103-104.
    [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2014). Vanishing Point Full Stage Production. Washington, DC, USA: George Washington University.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Kroll, J. - Poetry & Short Fiction. Poetry and short fiction by Professor Jeri Kroll.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Icarus Relaunched. American, British and Canadian Studies. Sibiu, Romania: The Academic Anglophone Society of Romania. 20 pp. 139-142.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Workshopping the Heart: New and Selected Poems. Adelaide, Australia: Wakefield Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). The Watchdog. Social Alternatives. Online32(2) pp. 51-54.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2012). Why Cows? Irish Landscape Art. Transnational Literature. Adelaide, SA: Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities. 5(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2012). Swamp Soup. Cardiff, NSW: Picaro Press, pp. 1-20.
  • Kroll, J. (2012). Staged Reading and Workshop Performance of Vanishing Point. George Washington University, Washington DC, USA.: Horizons Theatre, George Washington University.
  • Kroll, J. (2011). Vanishing Point - a staged reading. Kennedy Centre
  • Kroll, J. (2009). Felis Domestica and other poems. Warners Bay, NSW: Picaro Press. 91 pp. 1-16.
  • Kroll, J. (2008). First Love. Cadence of Hooves: A Celebration of Horses. Igo, CA: Yarroway Mountain Press, pp. 199-202.
  • Kroll, J. (2008). Swan Dancing. Poems in Perspex: Max Harris Poetry Award 2007. Adelaide: Lythrum Press, pp. 43-44.
  • Kroll, J. (2007). Mickey's little book of letters [sound recording] Tullamarine, VIC: Bolinda Audio Books.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). The Mother Workshops, Poetica - ABC Radio National. Poetica - ABC Radio National 03/06/06. Adelaide: ABC.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Bones: An Anorexic's Hymn. Blue Dog: Australian Poetry. Melbourne, Vic: Australian Poetry Centre. 5(10) pp. 17-18.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Hunting Swans. Australian Book Review. April 2006 ed. Melbourne, Vic: Australian Book Review, Inc.. 280 pp. 44-44.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Something Nice to Munch. Let's Jaberwocky!: Poetry Action for Students. Brisbane: Knowledge Books and Software, pp. 66-67.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Heatwave. Let's Jaberwocky!: Poetry Action for Students. Brisbane, Qld: Knowledge Books and Software, pp. 139-139.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Circle Poem. Let's Jaberwocky!: Poetry Action for Students. Brisbane: Knowledge Books and Software, pp. 139-139.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Beaches. Let's Jaberwocky!: Poetry action for Students. Brisbane: Knowledge Books and Software, pp. 124-124.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Final Copy. Social Alternatives. St. Lucia, QLD: Social Alternatives. 23(4) pp. 16-16.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). Bringing to Life the Ghost of the Ideal Work: Hypotexts, hypertexts and recrafting the creative writing doctoral thesis. In Eugen Bacon, Dominique Hecq and Amelia Walker, ed. Refereed Proceedings Of The 20th Conference Of The Australasian Association Of Writing Programs. Melbourne Australia: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Writing the Ghost Train: Rewriting, Remaking, Rediscovering 20th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Melbourne Australia, Deakin University. Nov 2015, pp. 1-14.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). The supervisor-student dynamic: Creative collaborations. In S Strange & K Rozynski, ed. The Creative Manoeuvres: Making, Saying, Being Papers. Canberra, ACT: Australian Association of Writing Programs. 18th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Canberra, ACT. Nov 2013, pp. 1-15.
  • Kroll, J. (2012). 'From page to stage': a case study of transforming a verse novel. In A Pont, P West, K Johanson, C Atherton, R Dredge & R Todd, ed. The Encounters: Place, Situation, Context Papers - Refereed Proceedings. Australasian Association of Writing Programs. 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Geelong, VIC. Nov 2012, pp. 1-12.
  • Kroll, J. and Dai, F. (2011). Cultural and Ethical Challenges in Teaching Creative Writing: A Comparative Study of Australian and Chinese Classes. In Janie Conway-Herron, Moya Costello, Lynda Hawryluk, ed. The Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds Papers - the refereed proceedings of the 16th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2011. online: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. 16th Annual Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Byron Bay, NSW. Nov 2011, pp. 1-12.
  • Kroll, J. (2010). From now to once upon a time: Reading the Book of Myths. In Catherine Cole, Marcelle Freiman and Donna Lee Brien, ed. The Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners Papers: the refereed proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Strange Bedfellows or Perfect Partners: The Role of Literary Studies in Creative Writing programs. Melbourne. Nov 2010, pp. 1-11.
  • Kroll, J. (2010). Strange Bedfellows or Compatible Partners: the problem of genre in the twenty-first century verse novel. In Strange Bedfellows: Refereed Conference Papers of the 15th Annual AAWP Conference. Australia: Australasian Association of Writing Programs. 15h Annual AAWP Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Nov 2010, pp. 1-10.
  • Kroll, J. (2008). Creative practice and/as/is/or research: An overview. In Lucy Neave and Donna Lee Brien, ed. Creativity and uncertainty: Proceedings of the thirteenth annual conference of the Australian associaton of writing programs. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Australian Association of Writing Programs. Creativity and Uncertainty: the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Australian Associaton of Writing Programs. Sydney, NSW, Australia. Nov 2008.
  • Kroll, J. (2007). Creativity, craft and the canon: Unpacking the cult(ure) of the workshop. In Associate Professor Jen Webb and Jordan Williams, ed. and is papers: Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the AAWP. online edition ed. University of Canberra: Australian Association of Writing Programs. And Is: Writing is and is not research. Canberra, ACT. Nov 2007, pp. 1-18.
  • Kroll, J. (2004). Subversive and Therapeutic; The Imaginative Power of Child's Play in Morris Gleitzman's Recent Fiction. In Sharyn Pearce & Kerry Mallan, ed. Seriously Playful: Genre, Performance & Text. Flaxton, QLD: Post Pressed. Australasian Children's Literature Association for Research Conference Brisbane 2004: Poetry, Performance and Playfulness. Sydney, Australia.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). Birth. Text, 19(2) pp. 1-8.
  • Kroll, J. and Jacobson, L. (2014). A Fine Balancing Act: Adapting the Verse Novel to the Stage. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 11(2) pp. 182-201.
    [10.1080/14790726.2013.861851] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. and Dai, F. (2014). Reading as a Writer in Australia and China: Adapting the Workshop. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 11(1) pp. 77-91.
    [10.1080/14790726.2013.849743] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Creative synergies: exploring the process of supervising and examining the creative writing doctoral thesis. Text, 17(Special Issue 22) pp. 1-17.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. and Finlayson, K.A. (2012). Transforming creative writing postgraduate and supervisor identities: Ways of becoming professional. Text, 16(2)
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. and Webb, J. (2012). Policies and Practicalities: Examining the Creative Writing Doctorate. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 9(2) pp. 166-178.
    [10.1080/14790726.2012.665930] [Scopus]
  • Brien, D., Freiman, M., Kroll, J. and Webb, J. (2011). The Australasian Association of Writing Programs 1996-2011. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 8(3) pp. 238-263.
    [10.1080/14790726.2011.615400] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. (2011). Re-visioning the picture book: A case study of Margaret Mahy's 'The Man Whose Mother was a Pirate. Write4Children, 2(2) pp. 4-21.
  • Kroll, J. (2010). Climate Change. Text, 14(1) pp. 1-6.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2010). Living on the Edge: Creative Writers in Higher Education. Text, 14(1) pp. 1-16.
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2009). The supervisor as practice-led coach and trainer : getting creative writing doctoral candidates across the finish line. Text, 6
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2007). Targeting an International Audience: Can Creative Writing Texts Cross the World Without Jet Lag? New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 4(3) pp. 174-185.
    [10.2167/new451.0]
  • Kroll, J. and Brien, D.L. (2006). Studying for the future: Training creative writing postgraduates for life after degrees. Australian Online Journal of Arts Education, 2(1) pp. 1-13.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Draining Creativity: The Teacher-Writer in the Vampire Academy. Text, 10(2)
  • Kroll, J. and Evans, S.G. (2006). Metaphor Delivers: An Integrated Approach to Teaching and Writing Poetry. English in Australia, 41(2) pp. 35-50.
  • Kroll, J. (2005). Classic and/or Popular? - Australian Children's Books in a Global Market. Access, 19(4) pp. 23-27.
  • Kroll, J. and Evans, S.G. (2005). How to Write a 'How to Write' Book: The Writer as Entrepreneur. Text, 9(1)
    [Web Link]
  • Kroll, J. (2004). The Exegesis and the Gentle Reader/Writer. Text, 8(3) pp. 1-14.
  • Kroll, J. (2004). The Resurrected Author: Creative Writers in 21st-Century Higher Education. New Writing: The International Journal For The Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 1(2) pp. 89-102.
    [10.1080/14790720408668925]
  • Kroll, J. (2004). The Role of the Examiner: Scholar, Reviewer, Critic, Judge, Mentor. Text, 8(2) pp. 1-13.
  • Kroll, J. (2002). Creative Writing as Research and the Dilemma of Accreditation: How do we prove the value of what we do? Text, 6(1)
  • Kroll, J. (2001). I am a desert island: Postmodern Landscapes in Margaret Atwood's "Circe/Mud Poems" AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 96 pp. 114-134.
  • Kroll, J. (2016). 'Researcher and Practitioner: A Refreshed Model of Supervision in Creative Writing Doctorates' In Jeri Kroll, Andrew Melrose and Jen Webb, ed. Old and New, Tried and Untried: Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. Champaign, IL: USA: Common Ground Publishing, pp. 55-76.
  • Kroll, J., Melrose, A. and Webb, J. (2016). 'Old and New, Tried and Untried': Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. In Jeri Kroll, Andrew Melrose and Jen Webb, ed. Old and New, Tried and Untried: Creativity and Research in the 21st Century University. Champaign, IL: USA: Common Ground Publishing, pp. ix-xiv.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). 'Originality and Research: Knowledge Production in Creative Writing Doctoral Degrees' In Graeme Harper, ed. Creative Writing and Education. Bristol, United Kingdom: Belknap Press, pp. 150-165.
  • Kroll, J. (2015). The Creative Writing Doctorate as Survival Story: Minding the gap between success and failure. In Thom Conroy and Gail Pittway, ed. Minding the Gap: Writing across thresholds and fault lines. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 135-154.
  • Kroll, J. (2013). Creative Writing and Education. In G Harper, ed. A Companion to Creative Writing. West Sussex, UK: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 245-262.
    [10.1002/9781118325759.ch16] [Scopus]
  • Kroll, J. (2013). The Creative Writing Laboratory and its Pedagogy. In J Kroll & G Harper, ed. Research Methods in Creative Writing. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102-132.
    [Web Link]
  • Harper, G. and Kroll, J. (2008). Creative writing in the university. In Graeme Harper and Jeri Kroll, ed. Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. 1-9.
  • Kroll, J. (2008). Poetry. In Graeme Harper, ed. Creative Writing Guidebook. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 18-30.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Redrafting the self: The author as work in progress. In Nigel Krauth, Tess Brady, ed. Creative Writing: Theory Beyond Practice. Teneriffe, QLD: Post Pressed, pp. 197-210.
  • Kroll, J. (2006). Writing for Children and Young Adults. In Graeme Harper, ed. Teaching Creative Writing. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 47-62.

Professional and community engagement

Executive Management Committee, Australasian Association of Writing Programs
ARC Discovery Grants (Assessor, Expert of International Standing)
ERA Peer Reviewer
Editorial Boards: New Writing, Write4Children, TEXT

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Literature - English
  • Writing

Interests

  • Contemporary Poetry
  • Creative Writing in Higher Education
  • International Writers' Organisations
  • The Writer in the Academy

Contact

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