By Rhys Hughes
PANDEMIC PANIC Pandemic panic. Influenza bonanza. I make a mask from an old shoe and wear it out. Is this what I am required to do? I suppose so. The smell is worse than the curse of the virus. I feel like a badly sung note in an old song, but one irony is certain and it cheers me up: Zorro also wore his mask wrong .
Rhys Hughes has lived in many countries. He graduated as an engineer but currently works as a tutor of mathematics. Since his first book was published in 1995 he has had fifty other books published and his work has been translated into ten languages.
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