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''Paper Crush'' was published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. The zine reflects the author's personal experiences and remembrances It is not reprinted a lot, and often has a small press run.
 
''Paper Crush'' was published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. The zine reflects the author's personal experiences and remembrances It is not reprinted a lot, and often has a small press run.
  
Paper Crush #1 was published in 2002 and was about Krissy's tween years being a Bay City Roller fan.
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''Paper Crush'' #1 was published in 2002 and was about Krissy's tween years being a Bay City Roller fan.
  
Paper Crush #2 was published in 2003 and was about going back home to the Bay Area after having been away 3 years. Cover art work by Nate Beaty.
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''Paper Crush'' #2 was published in 2003 and was about going back home to the Bay Area after having been away 3 years. Cover art work by Nate Beaty.
  
Paper Crush #3 was published in 2009 and was a memoir about 1980 and a first prom. Artwork contributed by Lucien Midnight.
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''Paper Crush'' #3 was published in 2009 and was a memoir about 1980 and a first prom. Artwork contributed by Lucien Midnight.
  
 
Krissy Durden also publishes the zines [[Current Resident]] and [[Figure 8]].
 
Krissy Durden also publishes the zines [[Current Resident]] and [[Figure 8]].

Revision as of 18:11, 26 August 2011

Paper Crush Cover by Nate Beaty 2003
Paper Crush is a zine made by Krissy Durden of PonyBoy Press.

Paper Crush was published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. The zine reflects the author's personal experiences and remembrances It is not reprinted a lot, and often has a small press run.

Paper Crush #1 was published in 2002 and was about Krissy's tween years being a Bay City Roller fan.

Paper Crush #2 was published in 2003 and was about going back home to the Bay Area after having been away 3 years. Cover art work by Nate Beaty.

Paper Crush #3 was published in 2009 and was a memoir about 1980 and a first prom. Artwork contributed by Lucien Midnight.

Krissy Durden also publishes the zines Current Resident and Figure 8.