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Newspapers, magazines, and bloggers have found that our stories and adventures inspire and interest readers and we have published some articles, guest posts, and stories about our many trips. Our audience has ranged from other outdoor enthusiasts, artist, writers, young entrepreneurs, to students and environmental activists. We have found that our stories attract readers, increase traffic and audience to blogs, and also help spread the message that immersion into nature, care for the environment and a dedication to art are more than hobbies, or activities  - they are a lifestyle.



If you are interested in blogging or writing about us or our trips please contact us to arrange an interview, get photos or any other material. We will be happy to share your publication with our many readers and followers. Our stories are meant to be shared - the more people we reach, the more chance we have of opening some of them to the monumental importance of wilderness and art. Communicating this truly is a huge undertaking but can make a dramatic difference in the way people approach the environment and themselves. Making this difference is what we aim for. We are grateful for your help.

Open Culture, advertised as "the best free cultural and educational media on the web," published an article about our project "In Basho's Footsteps." Open Culture searches the web for the best educational media, cultural stories, videos, photos, etc. and online courses and puts it all together guaranteeing high-quality to its readers. Click here for the story!

The Herald is a Scottish broadsheet newspaper founded in 1783. The Herald is the longest running national newspaper in the world. Click here or here for the articles about our performance Dionysus Lives!

"The overall effect was soothing, meditative – a lot like going for a good walk, in fact." -Roger Cox on In Basho's Footsteps

Read this excellent feature about our exhibition written by the arts editor of The Scotsman, one of Scotland's main newspapers.

Il Fatto Quotidiano, an Itallian newspaper with a wide focus and a large audience outreach, published an article about our project "In Basho's Footsteps," using it as an example of the successes of crowdfunding in supporting artistic and cultural projects. If you can read in Italian you can translate it for us so please click here for the full article!

Interview in Amelia's Magazine, one of the top arts & culture blogs in the UK (according to CreativeTourist). Amelia's Magazine is a great place for exclusive articles on the best underground creative projects in the worlds of art, fashion, music, illustration, photography, craft and design.

Off Track Planet, a magazine dedicated to bringing the best routes, destinations, gear recs, and stories to other outdoor enthusiasts and travelors published a piece about our project "In Basho's Footsteps!" Check it out here!

The Dartmouth, America's oldest college newspaper and the main daily publication on the Dartmouth campus, published an article about Anya's Baikal Circumnavigation before she set off in the summer of 2012. You can click here for the full article!

Woodsmoke is the outdoor adventure publication of the Dartmouth Outing Club, an organization of Dartmouth College that promotes exploration of the outdoors. In 2013 they published Anya's full-written story about her adventure circumnavigating Lake Baikal in Siberia. This adventure was partiallt made possible by the generous support of the Dartmouth Outing Club and this article was written exclusively for Woodsmoke in gratitude for this support. To read the story or download Woodsmoke, click here.

A Younger Theatre is a theatre publication and company for emerging theatre audiences, writers and makers. You can click here for the full article!

Diariocritico, a Spanish newspaper focusing on economics and business startups, published an article about our project "In Basho's Footsteps," approaching it as an innovative and cultural experiment in entrepreneurship. A different perspective and lots of great ideas. Click here for the full article!

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