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( Dargon-- the concert promoter-- was absolutely livid. He was so livid that the three hairs on top of his head kept turning rapidly from crimson to black and then back again to crimson. The very idea that this earther-- some ugly no-talent musician-- could have the absolute temerity to deviate from a schedule that had been worked out so meticulously down to the tuning of each kintar string, ... It was beyond Dargon's comprehension. It was the absolute height of bad manners. It was ... criminal... ) My illustration for this months story, a humorous piece written by Michael Walker, check it out www.kasmamagazine.com/please-b…
"What in Ram's name are you doing here?" "I came like in the story." She eyed his bird-shaped contraption and then examined the rider again. "I don't know this story." It was not one of Daddy's films from his Bollywood days. "You know, 'The Garuda Bird.' Your mother told it to you, or you read it in school.".... my illustration for this months story on kasmamagazine ,( THE GARUDA BIRD ) written by one of my favorite writers around Tom Doyle check it out! http://www.kasmamagazine.com/the-garuda-bird.html
"The worst part about the job, and you might be surprised to hear this-- the worst part isn’t the actual killing (if you could even call it that). No, it’s when a customer breezes through the office with the whole family in tow, like they’re all headed on a big, happy field trip. It’s like, buddy, you saw the sign out front, right? The big, chunky government-approved typeface that spells out Euthanization Center in neon red? This ain’t the candy store-- no place for kids, probably not your wife either. Can’t you all share those last goodbyes at home?" First story and illustration of the year! ( The Dropped Twenty ) written By John McLaughlin check it out:http://www.kasmamagazine.com/the-dropped-twenty.cfm