Ashley Gallagher

Staff Editor

Ashley writes comics and emails from zir burrow in the Pacific Northwest. Ze is a sentient subtropical swamp fern whose favorite food is old words.

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ashley@pome-mag.com


Featured work

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Shopping with the Senshi: Part 1

‘ve all been there: you’re shopping for outfits you won’t wear to special events that aren’t happening, when you start faving looks that aren’t even for you. You think, “oh my God, you know who would absolutely wear this vintage YSL blazer? Fictional character and my imaginary best friend, Sailor Mars!” And thus, Shopping with the Senshi was born, aka: What if Sailor Moon characters had online luxury consignment?

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Afternoon Snack

Can Guy Fieri single-handedly cure our depression? There’s only one way to find out!

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Literary Hot or Not: Carmilla Edition

he POMEcoven Book Club has been getting into the Spooky Season with the original Hot Lesbian Vampire Tale: Carmilla, by J.T. Sheridan Le Fanu. And to share this Good Word with all of you, we’re bringing back Literary Hot or Not—this time with 100% more goths.

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Romance Roundtable #35: Our Teachers Are Dating (Volume 1)

We return today with yet another Romance that we would actually recommend! Our Teachers Are Dating, Volume 1 by Pikachi Ohi is a deeply horned up slice of life following two Hot Teachers, who are both very cute and also in love. Brace yourself for Tender Feelings, Sexy Moments, and all the meddling students and coworkers who put in the hard work to turn romance into reality.

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Miracle Romance Roundtable

To celebrate the release of Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie, Ashley and CC reunited to laugh, cry, and have a few galaxia-brain moments along the way.

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Netflix's Bridgerton promotional image featuring all these hot weirdos lounging around under a floral canopy.
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Bridgerton Season 2 Predictions

For the past month-and-some-change, we’ve been all in on Bridgerton: Netflix’s Regency romance that dares to ask (and also demonstrate) how babby is formed. As

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