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An 8-year-old slid his handwritten book onto a library shelf.

I came across this article in the Washington Post that helped me to explain what Tiny Publishings is all about. It is a home for stories like Dillon Helbig’s. A home - both tangible and intangible - for stories of everyone to live, be preserved and archived in.

Because once shared, our stories -pieces of us - become their own living thing. They form a life of their own. They open doors. They create new meanings and understandings. Just like how Dillon's 81 pages handwritten book did on the shelves of a library.

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