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PonyBoy Press was then re-started in Portland Oregon in 2000. Many zines and crafts were created under the name PonyBoy Press, especially during the years of 2001-2005.
 
PonyBoy Press was then re-started in Portland Oregon in 2000. Many zines and crafts were created under the name PonyBoy Press, especially during the years of 2001-2005.
  
The most recent zine from PonyBoy Press is [[Imaginary Life]] #7, published in August 2010.
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The most recent zine from PonyBoy Press is [[Paper Crush]] #4, published in August 2011.
  
  

Revision as of 15:57, 14 February 2012

PonyBoy Press is the name for zines and projects made by Krissy Durden

PonyBoy Press started in the Silicon Valley in 1994 with the first issue of a personal zine called Frank, Jasper and Me. FJ&Me had 7 issues through out the 90's, but never reached more than 100 copies for each issue.

PonyBoy Press was then re-started in Portland Oregon in 2000. Many zines and crafts were created under the name PonyBoy Press, especially during the years of 2001-2005.

The most recent zine from PonyBoy Press is Paper Crush #4, published in August 2011.


PonyBoy Press Publications


  • Frank, Jasper and Me
  • Sister White
  • Diary of my Madman



PonyBoy Press blog