Some may imagine the litmag editing process to involve cork boards, dusty bookshelves, and lots of tweed. However, in today's fast-paced literary world, editors have taken to working in bed and insulating themselves with multiple cats when reading submissions. A lap desk is also de rigeur. You may want to put kiddie rails on the bed, however, for those days when submissions reach the ceiling, and/or cats are bil-wau-ing and stampeding. Just like a herd of RHINOs. How fitting!
Can anyone correctly identify the Shoob?