Pitch to other blogs

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Client Tamara Burgh’s series "The Enculturated White Man: If the Indians Had Won" is featured on The Endicott Studio for the Mythic Arts blog. How did she get a mention there? She saw a good fit and pitched it to them.

You don’t get what you don’t ask for!

Of course, it helps that she has fascinating subject matter and amazing work.

Image detail (c) Tamara Burgh from The Enculturated White Man.

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