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In 2011, high school students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer’s Craft class interviewed Canadian poets as part of a class project. We featured the interviews on Open Book. The students studied Canadian poetry under the collaborative tutelage of teacher John Ouzas and poet a.rawlings. This year, a.rawlings returned to the school and once again, students from Mr. Ouzas’s Writer’s Craft class interviewed some of Canada’s finest poets. We have the opportunity to share those fantastic interviews with you on Open Book: Toronto.

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Please send your questions for John Ouzas and a.rawlings to writer@openbooktoronto.com

Writer's Craft Interview with John Ouzas and angela rawlings

Open Book: Toronto:

John, can you please tell us about your Writer's Craft classes.

Psychic Unrest

By Lillian Allen

From our friends at Insomniac Press:

Psychic Unrest is full of the sea and rain, blues and golds, rhythm and revolution. This is Lillian Allen's long-anticipated book of poems — her first book since 1993.

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The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Tim Prior

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Tim Prior speaks with student Fox Mitchell.

Hey Mr. Prior,

Nice meeting you, in a way. I’m very glad that I could interview you. I think your poetry is great. It provokes a lot of deep, sharp imagery when I read it. So, I’m Fox Mitchell. A high school student. That’s really it. So far. Here we go.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: George Murray

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet George Murray speaks with students Hannah Casey and Rachel London-Wallace.

Hi George, our names are Hannah and Rachel and we are ecstatic to have the opportunity to interview you; you were both of our top choices for this project. We hope you enjoy our selected questions. Thank you for taking the time, cheers.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Shannon Maguire

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Shannon Maguire speaks with student Erin Hanley.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Christine Leclerc

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Christine Leclerc speaks with students Adam Ammirato and Sam Alkins .

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Paul Dutton

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Paul Dutton speaks with students Spencer Leefe and Emily Booth.

Hello Mr. Dutton,

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sarah Dowling

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Sarah Dowling speaks with students Kate and Solanaa.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Stephen Collis

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Stephen Collis speaks with students Palita Timm and Jessica Glazer.

Hi Mr. Collis!

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: bill bissett

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet bill bissett speaks with students Anoush and Mackenzie.

Hello bill bissett! How are you? We are Anoush and Mackenzie from Malvern Collegiate Institute. We are both very privileged to have the chance to interview you, and of course we are very excited! We hope you enjoy answering our questions, and we look forward to hearing from you!

hungree throat

(Talonbooks)

Written in his non-hierarchic, phonetic orthography, bill bissett’s second novel-poem, hungree throat, recounts the relationship of two men – one bold and unafraid, the other burdened by terrible memories and unable to trust. In this uplifting “novel in meditaysyun” about love, in which we witness ten years of a shared life, we are reminded of the overlapping, sometimes conflicting multitude of “hungers” common to us all:

all our throats
r hungree 4 breething being sing
ing eeting digesting speeking
saying food kissing watr love
air ficksyun fakt memoree
th present what is nu all ovr
lapping imbuing change
th throat chakra being well
is a condishyn 4 life

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Lillian Allen

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June and July. In this interview, poet Lillian Allen speaks with students Chris Goodfellow and Rebecca Richards.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: angela rawlings

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews have been posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. We finish the series with Malvern Collegiate student Shannon Wood speaking with poet and arts educator angela rawlings (Wide Slumber for Lepidopterists, Coach House Books, 2006).

Shannon Wood:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Jordan Scott

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Liam Hines and Sean Patrick Clarey speak with Jordan Scott, author of Silt (New Star Books 2005) and Blert (Coach House Books 2008). 

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Adam Dickinson

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Merlot Duncan-Cole and Brittany Bosley speak with poet and professor Adam Dickinson (The Polymers, House of Anansi Press, 2013).

Merlot Duncan-Cole:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Angela Szczepaniak

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Emma Hampson and Kelsea Walker speak with writer and professor Angela Szczepaniak (The QWERTY Institute (annual report), BookThug, 2012).

Emma Hampson and Kelsea Walker:

Writing and Creativity at Malvern Collegiate: An Interview with Shannon Wood

This spring, students from John Ouzas's Writer's Craft class at Malvern Collegiate Institute conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project, "The Great Canadian Writer's Craft." Throughout June, we're posting the interviews on Open Book's The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page. The students spend considerable time researching the poets' work and creating the interviews, and the effort put into the project is apparent. The interviews are smart, thoughtful and engaging.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Beatriz Hausner

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Talene Francis-Prettie and Candice Leung speak with writer and librarian Beatriz Hausner (Enter the Raccoon, BookThug, 2012).

Talene Francis-Prettie:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Garry Thomas Morse

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Connor and Matt speak with poet Garry Thomas Morse (Rogue Cells / Carbon Harbour, Talonbooks, 2013).

Connor & Matt:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Jason Christie

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Penelope Plessas and Laura Maier speak with poet and editor Jason Christie (Unknown Actor, Insomniac Press, 2013).

Penelope Plessas & Laura Maier:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Jenny Sampirisi

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate students Katrin Bell and Mia Shabsove speak with Jenny Sampirisi, author of is/was (Insomniac Press, 2008) and Croak (Coach House Books, 2011).

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Mark Truscott

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate student Katya Vukovic speak with poet Mark Truscott (Nature, BookThug 2010).

Katya Vukovic:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Nikki Reimer

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Malvern Collegiate student Claire speaks with artist and poet Nikki Reimer ([sic], Frontenac House 2010).

Claire:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sonnet L’Abbé

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, Sonnet L’Abbé answers student Alysha Anderson's questions while on the road for an unusual project: to prepare commemoration of Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017. She sets the scene where the interview will take place through this video.

 

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Steve Venright

This spring, students from Malvern Collegiate Institute's Writer's Craft class conducted interviews with Canadian poets as part of a class project. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book throughout June. In this interview, students Nigel Feor and Nick speak with artist and writer Steve Venright (Floors of Enduring Beauty, Mansfield Press, 2007).

Nick:

The Porcupinity of the Stars

(Coach House Books, 2010)

Read Rachel Wedekind's Great Canadian Writer's Craft interview with Gary Barwin.

For more information about The Porcupinity of the Stars, please visit the Coach House website.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Gary Barwin

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Rachel Wedekind:

Hello Gary, thank you for taking the time out of your day to do an interview with me. I was first introduced to your work when angela brought frogments from the frag pool to her poetry session. I was drawn to the particular style since it incorporated drawn images into the poetry. Being an artist, I found this quite interesting and different from conventional poetry.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sherwin Tjia

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Erin Stephenson:

Hello Sherwin Tjia,

I am a grade 12 student in the Writer’s Craft class at Malvern C.I. I wrote these questions as a way of getting a better understanding of you and your writing. I thank you for taking the time to answer these questions and I look forward to reading your responses.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Stuart Ross

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Dianne Aguilar:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Jacob Scheier

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Clare Merchant:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Zachariah Wells

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Micaela Kirkwood-Lazazzera:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Jay MillAr

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Alexandra Gillis:

First and foremost, I’d like to thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to answer these questions! After reading your book Mycological Studies and researching your work as a poet, I came up with some questions that I would be very interested in hearing your answers to. Here they are:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Claire Wiles:

Hello,

I am a grade 12 student in the Writers Craft course at Malvern CI. I am very interested in hearing your responses, so thank you very much for taking the time to respond.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Rachel Zolf

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Sam Agro:

Masque was published in 2004. In six years, you’ve had three more books published, and while they all possess a similar power, each has a very different feel from the others. What drives you to make those leaps between each book? Do you ever feel less attached to your previous works as you create new ones?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Gregory Betts

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Emily Saunders:

Hello! These are a few questions I have for you. Thank you for taking the time to answer them.

I read in your biography that you were born in Vancouver, raised in Toronto and now live in St. Catharines. Which of these places is your favourite place to live? Did growing up in Canada have an influence on your writing? What does it mean to you to be a Canadian poet?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Rita Wong

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Rachel Shin:

Hi, my name is Rachel Shin and I’m a Grade 12 Writer’s Craft student. I’ve compiled six questions pertaining to your work and would be very grateful if you could answer them. Thank you in advance — I really appreciate this opportunity.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sina Queyras

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Alexis Genik:

Hi Sina! I would like to start by thanking you to take the time to answer these questions — it’s definitely appreciated as it lets me get a closer look at you as a poet, as well as inspirations for your poetry! I look forward to hearing from you!

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Betsy Struthers

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Alice Prendergast:

First off, thank you for taking time out of your schedule to do this interview. Your poetry is inspiring, creative and interesting to read. I’ve come up with a few questions on your work, inspirations and future and I look forward to seeing your responses!

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Ray Hsu

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Liam Hetherington:

I have learned through research that you spent a couple years teaching at a correctional institution, where you founded the Prison Writing Workshop. Does this era of your life have a profound impact on the type of poetry you write or the themes you write about?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Natalie Zina Walschots

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Isaac Heron:

I’ve read that you were raised, or at least educated, in Calgary, which is, from what I understand, a little more culturally conservative than Toronto is, where you live now. I also know that, alongside your writing career, you are very involved with heavy metal culture. Have the cities you’ve lived in, and their responses to your interests, at all affected or influenced your writing?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Paul Vermeersch

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Carina Raymond:

Hi. How are you Mr. Vermeersch? It is an honour to interview you, read what you’re reading and read what you’re writing. Thank you for the opportunity.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Matt Rader

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Jasmine Denike:

Hey Matt, don’t feel pressured to answer all of them. I had a lot I wanted to know! The last two questions are completely optional and pretty general. Just wanted to add that I really enjoyed reading your book A Doctor Pedaled Her Bicycle Over The River Arno. It was really interesting because of its diversity in writing styles as well as the mood difference between poems. I hope you like my questions, and thank you for taking your time to answer them! (:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sachiko Murakami

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Kathleen Slemon:

Hello, my name is Kathleen, and I’d just like to thank you for taking the time to answer these questions, not only because they are a part of my school work, but they are also a very exciting opportunity for me! I really, really enjoyed your book The Invisibility Exhibit and am so grateful that I have the chance to talk to you about it, as I have never had an opportunity like this in school or elsewhere.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Erín Moure

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Haley Coppins:

How has growing up in Calgary and moving to Montréal changed your outlook on life and altered your poetry? How has the French culture of Montreal influenced you as a writer?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Michael Knox

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Emma Jung:

Hi Michael, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to answer these questions. I’ve really enjoyed reading both your biographies and your work. I think you are a really great poet and look forward to hearing your response!

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: ryan fitzpatrick

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Casey Pope:

Dear ryan fitzpatrick,

My name is Casey Pope; I am student of Malvern’s grade 12 writer’s craft class. Thank you for your time and the opportunity to speak with you. I look forward to reading your responses. Cheers, Casey.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Michael deBeyer

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Atticus Dean Mitchell:

Hey Michael, I am a student at Malvern Collegiate Institute, and in my grade 12 Writer’s Craft class, we are working on an assignment that requires us to interview a Canadian poet of our choosing in order to gain a better understanding of how poetry comes to life. I was wondering if you could answer these couple of questions to give me some sort of idea.

Thank you very much for your time.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Margaret Christakos

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Samantha Seon:

Hello! I just wanted to thank you before you read any further for reading at least this far! I admire your work and am very interested in what you have to say on these certain topics. Alright, let's get to it!

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: George Bowering

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Rebecca Tuck:

Hi George. Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Christian Bök

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Taylor Aitken:

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: derek beaulieu

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Tatum Dooley:

derek, firstly I would like to thank you for taking the time to participate in this project. Secondly, I would like to thank you for writing new and innovative poetry! Reading your works has been inspiring, and I have been fascinated by the style and techniques that you use. The questions below cover a variety of topics on your work and inspirations. I look forward to seeing the answers.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Douglas Barbour

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Conor Ling:

Hello there, thank you for taking the time to answer my pesky little questions. I look forward to reading your answers.

I understand that you are a professor at the University of Alberta. Does your teaching there continue to inspire you poetry, or do you see yourself looking elsewhere for inspiration in the near or distant future?

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Oana Avasilichioaei

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Allegra Shaw:

Hi there,

My name is Allegra Shaw, thank you for taking the time to do this interview and answer my questions. I can’t wait to receive your response.

Oana Avasilichioaei:

Nice to virtually meet you Allegra. Thank you for reading this work and for your thoughtful and engaging questions. I look forward to reading your response.

The Great Canadian Writer's Craft Interview: Sandra Alland

This spring, Toronto high-school students from two Writer's Craft classes conducted interviews with some of Canada's finest poets. The interviews will be posted on The Great Canadian Writer's Craft page on Open Book in June and July 2011.

Dear Ms Alland,

I would like to thank you for taking the time to answer some questions that I have for you, as I have been studying your work for the past few weeks. I really appreciate the time that you are taking from your busy schedule to help me in my Writer’s Craft class. Here are the six questions that I have formed about your poetry and life.

Thanks again,
Sara Rolfe-Hughes

Sara Rolfe-Hughes:

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