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Reading Lolita in Tehran

5 Nov

“We read to know we are not alone.”

–C.S Lewis in Shadowlands


When impressing upon anyone the value of literature, the truth spoke by Lewis exists at the heart of what makes reading such an intricate and beautiful part of the human experience.  Some have argued reading and literature yield no practical useful results. It is not like science or math that can boast a result of engineering, medical breakthroughs and technology.  No, the value of literature is much more subtle, but it’s there.  A book that exhibits for me the importance of literature more then any other book I have had the pleasure of reading is Reading Lolita in Tehran, the memoir of Azar Nafisi.

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TSTC Publishing Welcomes New Project Manager

3 Sep

TSTC Publishing has added yet another new face to its ranks, Stacie Buterbaugh.  Stacie is the new project manager for the company and brings a great deal of experience and hard work to the table.  She replaces Grace Arsiaga, who recently left to return to school full-time.

Stacie originally hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but she left her hometown at the age of 19 for Waco, Texas.

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A Whole New World

26 Aug

Stori Long

If my life were a musical, as I often like to believe it is, right now I would be delighting those around me with a wonderful rendition of “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin. In fact, that song could serve as the theme for my junior year at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and now the beginning of my senior year.

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