Sky Ryan

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==External Links==
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[http://www.americanbar.us Sky and Marc's documentary]
 
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[http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=10651256 Sky's MySpace]
 
[http://www.wweek.com/html/crime061798.html.html "Goad Rage" (from ''Willamette Week'')]
[http://www.wweek.com/html/crime061798.html.html "Goad Rage" (from ''Willamette Week'')]
[[Category:Zinester|Ryan]] [[Category:Portland Zinesters|Ryan]]
[[Category:Zinester|Ryan]] [[Category:Portland Zinesters|Ryan]]

Revision as of 18:58, 6 August 2009

Sky Ryan was a Portland janitor and zine writer. She published many zines, notably How Perfectly Goddamn Delightful It All Is, To Be Sure, Cryptic Crap, Motherfucking Titty Sucking Two-Balled Bitch and 1985: The Anti-Scene Zine. Her work was featured in the Factsheet Five Zine Reader.

In 1997, she began an affair with ANSWER Me! co-publisher Jim Goad. Goad eventually filed a restraining order against Ryan, but their relationship continued until 1998, when he was arrested and served a prison term for beating her. After Goad was sentenced, she became close friends with his ex-wife Debbie, also a zinester. Ryan is now a born-again Christian, married, and legally named Sky Ryan-Cross. She no longer publishes zines.

She and Azmacourt's Marc Parker produced a DIY movie, which was released in 2005.


External Links

"Goad Rage" (from Willamette Week)

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