Penny-Farthing Press officially opened its doors in 1998 with a small staff and a plan to create comic books and children's books that exemplified quality storytelling, artwork, and printing.
Starting with only one book, The Victorian, Penny-Farthing Press has expanded its line to six titles, but keeps its yearly output small enough to maintain the highest quality. This "boutique approach" to publishing has won the recognition of the comics and fine arts industries, and PFP has won numerous awards including the Gutenberg D'Argent Medal and several Spectrum Awards.
The company has also been featured in the December 24, 2001 issue of Publisher's Weekly and on the Monday night CBS sitcom Yes, Dear.
Above all, Penny-Farthing Press and Publisher Ken White strive to work with talented and energetic individuals in order to put exquisite pieces of art into the hands of readers everywhere. This is the PFP goal.