When Zebedee Thurlough, landlord of the 'Never a True Word' pub, advertised for a part-time bar assistant, he was overwhelmed by the number of applicants. Eventually he appointed Yamima, who now works full time at Moudis, but still needs a few extra evening hours to pay for her Art Degree.
She is specialising in printing techniques, and is studying the woodcuts of Frans Masereel. She hopes to create a modern velltisch version of 'Mon Livre d'Heures' with lino cuts for her degree. However she must also write a dissertation so today she is interviewing Madam Cosima (who knew Masereel in Saarbrücken).