Rachel Weiss

Managing Editor

Rachel is a designer and artist from Texas. She is pro-feminism, pro-crones, and pro-dogs. She's also Boss Crone at POMEgranate Magazine, and one day hopes to be able to drink her tea without so much milk and sugar.

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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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Comrade Himbo Fashion DIY

To celebrate our Comrade Himbo Kickstarter, Adrian and Brianna from “Service With a Smile” are here to show you how to modify your Comrade Himbo tee for especially himbo looks!

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INTERVIEW: The Sprite and the Gardener

The Sprite and the Gardener features all the things we love — community, plants, and magical beings flexing their magical powers for the greater good. We sat down with Rii Abrego and Joe Whitt to talk about their new graphic novel from Oni Press!

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#rando

Lo-fi Vibes I Didn’t Know I Needed

Sometimes you do want to listen to a 12-part podcast series on Princess Di and sometimes you just want to listen to a perfectly curated playlist where you can live your light academia / hobbiton / Ghibli fantasies. Anyway, here are some of my recommendations.

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Romance Roundtable #32: Wishes

Welcome to Romance Roundtable: a feature where the editorial POME Crones gather together to discuss a Harlequin romance manga. That’s right y’all — we’re back

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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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