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i must be off! web home of author christopher allen . . . so you'll know where his hands have been. about publications awards and nods travel blogs and sites 2016 travel writing contest -- submissions are closed! monday, january 23, 2017 a country divided the western wall, jerusalem it is difficult these days to think about anything but the mess us-americans are making of the country. i wanted to write a humorous, entertaining post about my trip to israel, but i'm not going to do that. instead, i'm going to tell you about a country deeply divided by resentment and the need for retribution. a gun pointed at me the whole time tev aviv--a patchwork of modern and ancient, polite and impolite, slick and filthy--has everything you'd expect from a large, multicultural city. to answer this question for the hundredth time, we felt safe. and that's saying a lot since our hotel was in a derelict area along the marina where the only open venue was a strip club. just two streets in any direction was perfectly normal. we can pick them. most us-americans who travel to israel on vacation are probably not going to stay in tel aviv unless they're going there for the nightlife or the beach. most us-americans are going to head to jerusalem, which is actually just 33 miles away from tel aviv. you'll probably fly into tel aviv to get to jerusalem, so why not spend a few days there? at least you'll find a restaurant. restaurants in jerusalem are pretty scarce. jerusalem is a divided city. men from women. muslim from jew, greek orthodox christian from armenian, the latter christians by religion but considered palestinians politically. the old town is a maze of narrow, often dirty, confusing passageways and stairs. it's a war-ish zone with armed soldiers and police officers everywhere. the tense atmosphere you missed in tel aviv? you'll find it in jerusalem. here is where you really get a taste of trouble seething just under the surface. the first time i was in jerusalem, in 2008, i was struck by how rude the greek orthodox priests were at the church of the holy sepulchre. i was infuriated when a man pushed my mother out of the way in the tunnel leading to the western wall plaza and then again when a child did the same thing on the via dolorosa. pushing and shoving are apparently completely acceptable behavior in jerusalem. to top that, we had one of the rudest, most inconsiderate tour guides i've had in my long life of travel. jerusalem might be holy, but it's also bitter and unpleasant. church of the holy sepulchre that's not to say there aren't friendly people. the guys who made my falafel were sweet, the guy sitting at the reception desk of the erlöserkirche (church of the redeemer) was nice, the guy who showed me how to get to the dome of the rock from the western wall (the only way to get there for non-muslims apparently) was nice but then asked me for money. the shops in the old town rely on tourists, so of course they're friendly. this place is not venice, where an ever-flowing glut of tourists has turned many venetians into rude assholes. christians visiting jerusalem will probably need to visit the church of the holy sepulchre and the garden of gethsemane. you'll probably wind up at the western wall and, like me, stand there for a while wondering what hasidic israelis think about tourists gawking at them while they pray. i felt really uncomfortable. i grew up knowing about the western wall, but of course being christian i called it the wailing wall unaware that this is derogatory and that jews would never use this name. you should of course do those things, but by far the most important place to visit in jerusalem is yad vashem, the museum and memorial to the jewish people who were murdered by the national socialists of germany (and the complicitous masses) in world war ii. it's forbidden to take pictures inside the museum, so of course i have no photos. i did, however, take lots of photos outside. here are a few: above the children's memorial at yad vashem the entrance to yad vashem, jerusalem the stone memorializing the unknown victims of national socialism the entrance to the main museum/memorial at yad vashem yad vashem i live in germany, and i've seen more wwii documentaries than i can count. when i entered the museum/memorial, i knew what to expect of course. i knew that i would be sickened and overwhelmed by sadness the whole time. and i was. it is so important to visit this place. as a us-american it's especially important to visit yad vashem so that we see the methods and the rhetoric fascists use to take over a country, and what happens when a leader promises to make the country great again while denigrating a particular religious group. it is important for us all to remember this. as we were leaving tel aviv to fly back to berlin, we had a telling encounter with an airport employee who was helping us to the plane (we were traveling with a person in a wheelchair). he started by telling us a jewish joke (he was himself jewish i assume). i don't remember it, but it enouraged us to laugh at how cheap and greedy the jews supposedly are. i suppose he told us the joke to let us know the jews have a sense of humor about the prejudice they've endured. we did not laugh. "just because we're here together," he struck a more serious tone, as if to say just between us victims of islamic terrorism. "what happened in nice and at the berlin christmas market wouldn't happen in israel. we're prepared. i can't believe the germans aren't prepared for attacks like that." "yeah, that particular christmas market in berlin is sort of exposed to traffic," i offered. "but i was at one last week in berlin that had cement barriers." "after!" he said and laughed. "when i see two arabs walking towards me," he continued, "i tense up. they want us dead." hmmm, i thought. ok. maybe because you're not respecting the boundaries you agreed on in the 60s and you're building settlements on their land? but i didn't say this. although i've done quite a bit of reading on the subject, i'm still not sure who's right and who's wrong here. it all feels wrong. "and then merkel," he went on, "letting them all in. big mistake. i respect the east for standing up to her and not letting them in. the european multi-culti experiment didn't work!" hold on there. "but the east takes money from the eu," i said. "if they want money, they need to adhere to the policies of the eu, and one of them is that the burden of asylum seekers is shared. out of the million or so people germany let in, maybe a couple of thousand have caused problems." and then he said it: "but if you know there's a snake in your house, you're always afraid." the nazis used similar rhetoric to turn the country against the jews. if anyone should know the danger of prejudice against an entire folk, it should be the jews. i'm not trying to imply that this man represents the prevailing public opinion in israel (and i don't have enough information to make assumptions about what israelis think), but i do see it as a warning sign for my own country. if you demonize an entire group of people, you should probably expect that group of people to resent you. and, in fact, the truck ramming attack in jerusalem happened the very next day. resentment breeds resentment, and none of us is immune. if you elect a president because you're angry that you can't discriminate against non-whites, non-christians, and non-straights, then you're going to feel my resentment. if you're angry that i won't accept your president, my only response is that i will not tolerate intolerance. and so on. your president is planning to abolish the national endowments for the arts and the humanities, has removed climate change, lgbt, civil rights, and energy from its top issues on its website, and has assembled a cabinet of rich robber barons that do not have the best interests of us-americans at heart and don't even have the experience to run their ministries. education is nowhere among the priorities of this administration and quality health care will be the priviledge of the wealthy. do i feel resentment? loads of it. recently someone on facebook remarked that it was shameful to boycott the inauguration; doing so, she said, was to disrespect the office of the president. on the contrary, allowing a man who brags about being able to sexually assault women because he's famous, a man who cons thousands of students out of their tuition, a man who does not pay his bills or his taxes, a man who tweets inflammatory and childish messages to political leaders--a man in short of the lowest moral character--to occupy the office of president of the united states is in itself disrespectful of that office. this has not been a humorous, entertaining post about a beautiful place--i know. i'm afraid, at least for the time being, my posts will probably be less humorous and less entertaining than usual. what i will do: i will remain vigilant. i will keep encouraging trump's administration and the republican party to put education first not only for their children but for all us-americans. a country cannot function without quality education and health care for all its citizens. if you don't believe this, you need to build a high-security electric fence around your property and stop calling yourself patriotic. i must be off, christopher ____________________________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, frigg, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. posted by christopher allen at 6:55 pm reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: christopher allen, i must be off, israel, jerusalem, tel aviv, terrorism, trump, usa thursday, january 19, 2017 racism and immigration in the usa eight years ago i was in rome on a guided tour of the city. our group was divided into two groups, one english-speaking and one spanish/german-speaking. because the spanish/german-speaking group was quite small, i chose to go with that one. this is how i wound up touring rome all day with three women from germany. "you're voting for obama, right?" one of the women asked in german in lieu of a how do you do? germans can be quite forward about politics and have no qualms about asking who you're voting for. i was actually planning to vote for obama and had no problem telling the woman this. while her question was a bit rude and aggressive by us standards, it only tickled the margins of appropriate conversation. back then. back then, politics seemed relatively normal. obama was scandalously liberal and a bit too dark for some people--in short, he was history in the making--but it all seemed like something i could talk about with a stranger. the world is different now. no stranger has enough time for me to tell them how furious i am about our current political situation. i'd ruin their holiday. they'd be talking about the us-american guy who actually foamed at the mouth. their grandchildren's grandchildren would be telling some mutated version of the story 60 years later. ok, when i look at it this way, maybe it would have some entertainment value. i'd be a legend. our current situation didn't start, and will not end, with trump. history doesn't work that way. there would be no trump without obama, no obama without bush, and so on. we don't have obama to thank for illegal immigrants or american jobs going abroad. these situations are much older than obama. in fact, the first "illegal" immigrants were the 50,000 slaves smuggled into the us in 1808 after president jefferson made foreign slave trade illegal (roger danniels, phd, guarding the golden door). and then between 1814 and 1850 around a million native americans were denied citizenship and forced to cede their land, essentially making them foreigners in their own home while protestant europeans were offered fast-track citizenship because of course they were white and non-catholic. native american weren't given citizenship until 1924.this was the first "make america white again" movement. in the second half of the 19th century, so many people from around the world came to the us legally. as workers. the chinese and the irish built the first transcontinental railroad. it wasn't until 1864-1880 that congress actually tried to start organizing and controlling immigration and didn't create an agency to regulate immigration until 1891. the chinese were discriminated against and forbidden to buy or own land. in 1862, chinese laborers were officially excluded from citizenship. between 1880 and 1924 25 million europeans emigrated to the us, legally. and in 1898, the supreme court confirmed that the 14th amendment gives citizenship to anyone born or naturalized in the us, so the birther movement is a bit older than anyone living now. but here's when it gets really interesting: 1910 and the mexican revolution. this is when thousands of mexicans fled mexico to the us where they found jobs in agriculture, mining and the railroad. world war i only fueled the need for cheap labor. oddly though, when mounted guards were stationed along the mexican-us border, it wasn't to keep the mexicans out but rather the chinese who were trying to get into the us illegally. long story short, almost all of the immigration laws enacted by the us have been to keep non-white people out. it must be said, though, that we weren't really that fond of catholics either. 1927 -- us labor secretary estimates that over 1,000,000 mexicans are in united states illegally during world war ii 5 million mexicans came to the us legally as part of the bracero program to work on farms and railroads which officially ended in 1964 but did not stop the flow of mexicans into the country. so 1964 is a sort of milestone: the beginning of our current era of illegal, undocumented aliens from mexico. 1964: not thanks, obama. not even thanks, bush. or thanks, jimmy carter. by 1980 almost 2 million undocumented mexicans were living in the us, very few of them having arrived before 1960 (so apparently some of those from the 1927 figure either became legal citizens, came legally, or went back to the mexico). you get the idea. we have a history--a relatively complicated one marred by racism and discrimination. we've passed some awful laws, and we've repealed them. and the situation of illegal immigration goes on. it's a complex issue. so can you imagine having this discussion with a stranger on holiday? as you inaugurate trump tomorrow, remember that history repeats itself. those who do not learn from it are doomed to repeat it. the us has a long history of racist immigration policies. we'll heal only once we confront them. we seemed to be on the right path, but maybe that was an illusion. i must be off, christopher ___________________________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, frigg, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. art by 281_anti nuke. see more here. posted by christopher allen at 4:00 pm reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: christopher allen, i must be off, immigration, mexico, racism, the united states, trump thursday, december 8, 2016 i must look back--looking back at 2016 it's been a busy year. sometimes i kind of feel like the tower in that picture to the right, drowing in stuff to do. this is one reason you haven't seen much from me here at i must be off! apart from the wildly successful annual travel writing competition. i'm so glad and frankly stunned that so many people around the world sent in their adventures this year--647 to be exact. the top 18 stories are of course here at i must be off! stop by and read them anytime. they'll be here. and they'll continue to be amazing. i've been traveling, and i've been writing. somehow, though, i haven't found the time to write about my travels. i must be off! began as a way to keep up with my travels so that i never forget where i've been and what i've learned from being there. so far this year, i've learned that i'm embarrassingly forgetful. even now i'm having a hard time remembering where i've been this year. last monday i returned from a trip to the caribbean. let's start there. "is hurricane season over?" i ask to no one in particular. unsurprisingly no answer comes. i could have googled it, but i didn't. so we set off for miami from munich via berlin. it's sunny and warm in miami. it's veteran's day, and there's a parade at miami beach. it's a poorly attended affair. and that somehow feels right. why on earth do we celebrate war? i get it that we should respect the sacrifice of those who served in the military, and we should certainly mourn the dead and provide assistance to their survivors. a parade feels like the wrong sort of tribute to these people. i wish we knew more exactly why the united states goes to war in the first place, or for that matter why anyone does. my companions and i walk away from the parade. the germans i'm with don't understand what's going on. they see the whole thing as cheap and demeaning. and i have to agree. the aida cruise we're on stops in port canaveral for the kennedy space center, which is worth a visit, san juan (puerto rico), which is also worth a visit. then we stop in st. thomas, cayo levantado (dominican republic), and nassau (bahamas)--none of which are worth a visit. there is so much trash on the beach of cayo levantado that aida gives everyone on the excursion half their money back. magens beach on st. thomas is supposed to be one of the best beaches in the world. really? who makes these lists? first of all, you have to pay to enter, and then it's just a tiny, completely normal beach with a bad-food snack stand and bar. it has a summer camp feel to it that does not say "best beach in the world". nassau is an ugly place jammed with souvenir shops and fried fish for everyone. but at least the kennedy space center was great. and before the caribbean we were in italy, spain, greece, croatia and of course ireland, which we left permanently in april. if my life slows down a bit in the coming days, i'll write a bit about the way of the gods near naples, italy. i have been writing, and in 2016 i've been fortunate to have several stories published. if you have time, i'd be so grateful for you to read them. most of them were published in online journals, so they are free to read. reading them sends these journals traffic, and they love (and deserve) traffic. thank you to the editors who chose and published the following stories: fred's massive sorrow -- eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology (print), nominated for storysouth's million writers award my little cuckoos -- literal latté, third place in k. margaret grossman fiction award the air between us -- juked the guy i used to date -- frigg what i need to tell the people on the train -- frigg everything we had -- the journal of compressed creative arts, nominated for best small fictions target practice -- chicago literati my boy winston -- blue fifth review: blue five notebook series wile e. -- r.kv.r.y quarterly literary journal everything that matters in life and death -- jersey devil press to carry her home -- forthcoming in the bath flash fiction anthology (december 2016), shortlisted for the bath flash fiction award again, thank you so much to the editors of these journals. it's been an eventful year, and it's not over. i wish you all a relaxing, stress-free holiday time. i'll be off to israel, and i hope to have time to share my adventure with you. i must be off, christopher __________________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, frigg, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. posted by christopher allen at 11:15 pm reactions:  2 comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: christopher allen, i must be off, publishing news, travel friday, october 28, 2016 the lost story of the william & mary: an inter-review with gill hoffs a ship is impaled on a rock in a sea swarming with sharks 1200 miles from home. worse yet, the almost 200 passengers on board the william & mary have been abandoned by a cowardly captain. nearly 200 european emigrants, each with their personal stories, fighting disease, corruption and the mercilessness of the sea. all of this gill hoffs brings alive in her new book, the lost story of the william & mary: the cowardice of captain stinson. at the hands of a less stalwart writer, this story might have been tamed, sanitized with a bit of fake grime and a couple of hollywood heartthrobs, but hoffs never shies away from the filth and horror of reality. we see and smell and feel every moment of tragedy—but also salvation. normal 0 21 false false false de x-none x-none as in hoffs’ first book about a shipwreck, the sinking of rms tayleur, hoffs brings us a meticulously researched account of a harrowing disaster at sea. this review is also an interview. i’ve asked gill hoffs to talk a bit about the process of writing the lost story of the william & mary, available now from pen & sword books. imbo: gill, just how much research goes into projects like these, and what was the most difficult aspect of the research? hoffs: thanks for having me here, chris, and for the review! the short answer is, a lot. here’s the longer one: after the initial online exploration to see whether there are enough survivor/witness accounts to allow a whole book (and to check another author hasn’t beaten me to it) i’ll spend a couple of months on sites like the british newspaper archive, trove, ancestry, and findmypast, immersing myself in information. i’ll take another few months to look up everyone involved – though if someone’s name is common it’s usually a fruitless endeavor – and to read around the subject, find out about contemporary events and similar shipwrecks, and have a damn good think. throughout this, i’ll also be contacting complete strangers via social media, ancestry accounts, forum message boards, and institutions for further information on related matters. with the william & mary book, for example, i spent a while discussing oorijzer (a type of head ornament worn by the frisian women on board) with people in museums and universities around the world. for the tayleur, i was very grateful to a doctor at harvard who took the time to discuss tbi (traumatic brain injury) with me in relation to this victorian shipwreck. below deck on an emigrant ship while i’m writing the first draft, which takes up to two months, i’ll still be researching people and places, and the same goes for subsequent drafts when my editor or advance readers may flag something up requiring explanation or elaboration. as for the hardest part, well, it’s probably no surprise to anyone who knows me or follows me on twitter that it’s the emotional toll of the research that’s the most difficult part of the job for me. even though i obviously know who lives and who dies in these wrecks – and by now that generation is long dead anyway – i can’t help but root for these people and grieve when i have to relate their demise and imagine it in often gory detail. my books are memorials to the long-forgotten dead and it’s important to document what happened and, if possible, why. i get through some amount of kleenex (and nutella) though. imbo: there are so many individual tragedies: the deaths of children, the separation of wives from their husbands and children, disease and betrayal. one in particular is trijntje de haan, a woman who holds on to her prized possessions until one last horrible moment when a crew member snatches it away from her. gill, how do these details persist, and aren’t they so full of cinematic potential? hoffs: when i read old newspapers etc. it’s immediately clear which individuals should be focused on to carry the reader through my book and which people, sadly, haven’t left enough details behind in online-available accounts and descriptions to allow me to tell their stories in full. women and children often appear in contemporary reports of these wrecks as “wife of” or “child of” with no further details given, which is utterly infuriating. whenever i can restore their identities and redress this imbalance, i do, so when i read of treen’s awful experience in a way i was pleased because i knew it was something i just had to include, and that it would affect readers – i always hope my books will have some kind of emotional impact, it seems the least i can do for the people on these wrecks: we should feel for them. i haven’t lost children as she did on that long and awful voyage across the atlantic, but i have had four miscarriages and keep my own ‘memory box’ of half-finished home-made baby blankets and scan pictures, and i know i would be gutted to lose them. trijntje (catherine tuininga) albers de haan, copyright christopher lindstrom i read fast but retain little, and i trust my brain to let key moments and telling details ‘stick’. the bits i find myself recounting to my nana over the phone always end up in my books, like treen losing her treasured bag of mementoes during the rescue, a fellow emigrant describing another member of their party somewhat scathingly as “not exactly the inventor of the steam-engine”, and a survivor writing home to his parents “i think i will like living here. americans eat pork three times a day and beef and that is a bright prospect for me.” i think journalists from back then had those same instincts and their articles are often crammed with details meant to engage readers who may have never been to sea or even seen a large body of water, which work 160+ years later in involving other people – myself and my own readers – with these tales of strange events in stranger times. as for cinematic potential, well, my most asked questions from readers are “when is this going to be a film?” and “why hasn’t this been made into a film already?” – and that goes for both of my shipwreck books. little would make me happier than seeing these shipwrecks on the big screen, especially if we could get actual descendants in as extras for the crowd scenes on board! imbo: one aspect of hoffs’ writing i love is that she places the shipwreck in historical context. in this case, the milieu is mid-nineteenth-century europe, a time and place of dire crisis with millions of desperate people on the move to find a better life. where there are millions of desperate people, there will be corrupt men there to take advantage of their plight. gill, what similarities and differences do you see between the situation almost 200 years ago and today’s immigrant crisis? hoffs: i’m glad you picked up on this, chris. i was writing this book around the time that photo of a washed up toddler hit the headlines and it really rammed home the point that all these generations later, all this progress later, we still have the same problems: with safety at sea, and with each other. no-one can choose the time or place to exit their mother’s womb so it astonishes me to see apparently rational and decent people decide whether to treat someone with respect and compassion on the basis of geography, politics, and nearness – or how much melanin is present in their skin. the only difference between then and now is that we have fewer excuses for misbehavior and ignorance. imbo: i see this book as a movie. nothing would please me more than seeing the rights sold to a major studio. this cinematic vision begins with shakespeare: “ships are but boards, sailors but men” and evolves into an epic story of human nature, good (captain sands) balancing/shaming evil (captain stinson). gill, are there plans to approach a studio? have you thought of turning this into a screenplay? port lucaya beach hoffs: yes! the cowardly captain stinson continues to fascinate me – though i’d rather be at sea with the heroic wrecker robert “amphibian” sands for obvious reasons! i did try sending james cameron my ‘victorian titanic’ book but unfortunately the address i had was no longer in use. i absolutely agree that these shipwreck stories are prime candidates for adaptation, and when i’m writing the books it feels as if i’m describing the footage of the wreck as it plays in my head. if anyone has any suggestions i’m all ears and they are most welcome to contact myself or my nonfiction agent jennie goloboy of red sofa literary agency. as for writing screenplays, i’d rather write the books and act in an advisory role for the film (and as an extra with the descendants!) than cut my teeth on something so important to me. imbo: hoffs’ boundless curiosity drives her work. it’s beyond evident that this is a writer who loves digging for the golden details. i’m also a writer who can’t get enough of the details. after reading hoffs' book, i can now tell you what costiveness meant to the victorians (constipation) and what a jolly boat is (a tender). i now know that bacon is good for a fever. actually bacon is good. period. but to discover that at least one victorian doctor in the mid-nineteenth century included bacon as a treatment for fever is priceless. gill, what detail shocked you the most as you were doing your research? hoffs: prescribing bacon for a fever struck me as somewhat absurd and it’s not something i would necessarily recommend myself! i think what shocked me the most was finding out about the hatchet murders. i could well imagine the desperation involved with swimming for the departing longboat despite the threat of sharks, reaching for the side of the boat as their feet thrust through the water, and seeing the hatchet fall in the early morning sunlight. it makes me feel sick at heart. the captain and crew were responsible for their human cargo’s well-being and survival and had lived beside them in close quarters for six weeks. they knew of the emigrants’ hopes for the future, their families and friends, and their turns of phrase. to then not only abandon them to almost-certain death but actually hack at some of their fellow travellers with a hatchet and kill them is, to me, unforgivable. imbo: hoffs’ the lost story of the william & mary: the cowardice of captain stinson is a page-turner full of the voices of the people who were present, the people who were fighting for their lives on this fated voyage. gill hoffs’ generous and vivid portrayal of this tragedy provides us with a vital record and testimony to the courage and fate of the migrant. brava, gill! hoffs: thank you, that means a lot to me. in case anyone reading this interview is thinking “i reckon my ancestor had something to do with the tayleur or the william & mary…”, my email address is gillhoffs@hotmail.co.uk – i love to hear from descendants, it’s a privilege to be able to answer questions (if i can) and even incorporate information received into future editions of my books. imbo: i must be off! readers, be sure and comment below. one lucky person will win a copy of gill hoffs' book. a few weeks after this inter-review runs, i'll draw names out of a hat. you'll love this book, so make sure you leave a comment. i must be off, christopher _____________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, frigg, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. posted by christopher allen at 1:00 pm reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: gill hoffs, history, i must be off, sea travel, shipwrecks, the lost story of the william and mary monday, october 17, 2016 walking and cycling bordeaux it's not really fair to a city like bordeaux--to approach it with such dogged ignorance. but this is the way i travel: without preconceptions, without study. i just go. i must be off, so they say. the short answer to why i don't do (much) research before i travel is that i have no time for lengthy preparation; the long answer is that once i know a lot about something, i lose interest. god forbid i see pictures of the place. so that's why when i get back from a weekend trip to bordeaux i find out that the square where we sat enjoying the sun--eating nothing at a mcdonald's table--is supposedly the largest square in europe. then a student tells me the mayor of bordeaux will probably be the next president of france. did you go to this or that unpronouncable place? say, chrandeauxlisémontéschwée pronounced chuh? ok, i made that last one up, but you get the idea. there was some local must-try speciality, but it turns out it was liver and fried (so i wouldn't have eaten it anyway). the advantage of visiting a city without the strictures of a guidebook is that you're less likely to see the city as a connect-the-dots tour of typical sights you've already seen and read about. i can't tell you what joy and trepidation turning a corner brings to me, not knowing what will be there. i'm lucky to be alive. hank the cellphone repairman's assistant had the great idea of downloading a walking tour on his android. we're modern guys. and we're walkers. sometimes i walk 10 kilometers a day, so i'm all over the walking tour idea. hank the cellphone repairman's assistant is famous for his sense of orientation, so i'm also confident that he will be a great walking tour guide. after all, he has the tour on his android. what could go wrong? we set off walking toward the tour starting point, which i consider to be an excellent first move. hank the cellphone repairman's assistant, however, sees a ferris wheel in the distance in the opposite direction. he needs to check this out before we start the walking tour. "it's a ferris wheel," i say in my bored voice. "and there's no one on it." because no one rides ferris wheels anymore. "it's a ferris wheel!" he goes skipping off like a puppy. oh god. it turns out that the ferris wheel is only the tip of a carnival iceberg complete with real rides and a haunted house--and of course games! shooting games, that game where you're never in a million years going to knock over all six tin cans, the one where parents watch their children catching ducks with a fishing pole (a most illogical game), and my favorite: the horse race where you advance your horse by rolling balls into the colored holes to win a giant stuffed pony. i'm pretty good at games and would love a stuffed pony, but hank the cellphone repairman's assistant, ferris wheel lover, won't play. the end of the gps walking tour is actually near the carnival, so we decide to do the walking tour backwards--which is coincidentally the story of my life. and so the walking tour begins (where it ends). to hank the cellphone repairman's assistant's credit, he's a brilliant tour guide for the first two stops. i place myself before the famous what-not and stare as hank reads the text. it's some 16th-century building. apparently, somebody used it for something pronounced wrong by hank sometime around a million years ago. and onward. the next stop is very similar to the first stop. somebody (pronounced wrong by hank) did something a long long time ago, and then time moved forward, unlike us who are moving backwards. hank has trouble finding the third stop, we make a wrong turn, wander from rue to câlé to carrent, end up at a starbucks. the coffee is good. but the walking tour is over. "you're a sucky tour guide," i say. "i found a starbucks." "i actually found the starbucks." "touché," hank the cellphone repairman's assistant does not say. (french. do you really need to speak french these days in france? of course you need to try. you need to practice common phrases, be able to order your vin and your viande. these days, however, lots of younger people in france have no trouble communicating in english and are really very happy to do so. it's ridiculous to think that you need to learn every language of every place you visit. it's just not possible. learning some basics can be fun, though. i've found a nice app for that called duolingo.) since the walking tour was a bust, i decide we're going to do a biking tour of bordeaux and beyond the next day. i won't bore you with the details, but if you read the above walking tour train wreck and simply replace "walking" with "biking", you'll get the picture. "you're a sucky biking tour guide," i say. "i found the--" "don't even try." seriously, a biking tour in principle (without hank as the guide) is a great way to see bordeaux. we cover a lot of ground--motorways, the busy promenade on the garonne river, derelict trails, dangerous neighborhoods, the dump--so i guess i should be grateful for having had the opportunity of seeing "the other side of" bordeaux. again: lucky to be alive. more about biking in bordeaux next time. while you're waiting to hear about our cycling snafus, why not check out a couple of stories of mine that have been recently published? checking out my stories has been proven to increase one's adorableness by a whopping 84%. the air between us my little cuckoos target practice i must be off, christopher ________________________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, frigg, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. posted by christopher allen at 2:02 pm reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bordeaux, christopher allen, france, i must be off, travel humor tuesday, october 11, 2016 an interview with graham mercer, winner of the 2016 i must be off! travel writing competition graham mercer was born and brought up south lancashire, england. he spent nine years in the royal navy before becoming an elementary teacher. mercer lived and taught for 34 years in tanzania, east africa where he met his pakistani wife, anjum. now they live in north cheshire, england. interests include wildlife, writing, travel, reading, photography, cricket, the company of young people. __________________________ imbo: first, graham, congratulations on winning the 2016 i must be off! travel writing competition! we were fortunate to have many accomplished writers among the top 18, long- and shortlists—and of course you were among these. you write mainly about tanzania. what led you there? mercer: my father served in india during ww2 and the stories he told when he came back often involved the jungle and its wildlife. as a young boy i was entranced, especially by the “big game” animals such as tigers. my interest extended to east africa and its own “mega-fauna”. as a young sailor with the royal navy my first ship, a survey vessel, took part in the international indian ocean expedition 1962 – 64, based in mombasa. i fell in love with kenya and with life on safari. after qualifying as an elementary teacher i was determined to go back to east africa and in 1977 got a job at the international school of tanganyika in dar es salaam. i went for two years and stayed for 34. imbo: what adjustments did you have to make culturally in those first few years living in dar es salaam? mercer: when i first went to live in dar the tanzanian economy was doing a bungee jump – often you couldn’t buy the basics, such as bread and butter, let alone “luxury” goods. on safari we virtually lived on corned beef. there were shortages of petrol (driving after 2 pm on sundays was in any case banned in dar), occasional water shortages and power cuts. tv, incidentally, was also banned. but of course the ordinary africans were much worse off – they made us, as expatriates, seem like wimps. this degree of poverty was distressing but the tanzanians generally bore it all with typical stoicism and good humour. having an african “household help” (or servant) was also hard to get used to but they needed a job and we were grateful for their support. the climate (for us) could also be gruelling for much of the year – there was no air-conditioning in the school then and only the bedroom in our flat had a/c. but again, compared to the africans we lived quite comfortably. imbo: during my youth in the american south, zanzibar always represented that exotic place i’d never have enough money to visit. now that i’m an obsessed traveler, i will at some point go to zanzibar if i have my way. what are your feelings about the place and the people? how has the place changed over the last 20 years? mercer: my first ship (mentioned above) was the first ship to arrive in zanzibar harbour during the revolution there in 1964. i wasn’t aboard but later heard horror stories about the uprising. thirteen years later i visited zanzibar for the first time and found it fascinating. i have been many times since. on my first visit there were two hotels, now there are hundreds, around the coast and in the old stone town, which is (structurally) much the same as it was in the days of the sultans, the slaves and the famous explorers such as livingstone and stanley. it is my favourite part of zanzibar though there are many beautiful beaches and excellent dive-sites. the island is very popular with honeymooners, but for more adventurous backpackers etc its sister island pemba is worth a visit also. imbo: is tanzania safe? what should tourists avoid doing there? mercer: i hardly had a security problem in 34 years though my wife was mugged and petty theft is quite common. tourists and travellers need to use a bit of common sense, as you do in most places – don’t go around wearing expensive jewellery, don’t carry too much money, don’t walk around the back-streets etc at night, be aware of potential bag-snatching etc. etc. but don’t become paranoid either or what’s the point of being there? imbo: there will be lots of young or new travel writers reading this interview. what advice can you give them about writing a successful travel article? mercer: i make no claims about my own writing but good writing is good writing, whether in a novel, an academic thesis or in a travel article. make every word and sentence and punctuation mark count, be ruthless with your “purple prose” and with adjectives and adverbs and avoid “weasel words” – “really”, “basically”, “actually”, “very” etc. be specific – don’t just say “trees”, say “oaks or elms or acacia tortillis”. talk to the locals, look for interesting facts or places that others might have overlooked. enjoy the cultural differences and the absurdities and your own misadventures but remember that it isn’t essentially about you, it’s about the place, the people and the experience. edit, edit and re-edit – i must go through short articles about 50 times. the art of writing is as much about leaving things out as about putting things in. and try to hook the reader in the first few sentences. and to look for a different slant on things. read good writers. often. and never, ever, give up. oh – and choose your travel partners wisely. imbo: excellent tips, graham. how do you go about talking to locals? i’m shy or maybe just reluctant to make contact with other people. any suggestions here to get me out of my shell? mercer: i myself have always been very shy but when travelling i have always found the locals ready to talk if you approach them with some sensitivity (rather than poking a camera lens into their faces, for example). fishermen, national park rangers, hotel staff, taxi-drivers, fellow-passengers on buses or trains, snake charmers, “dancing bear men” and maasai “warriors” will often talk quite freely in my experience. in some places (india springs to mind) some individuals will even seek you out. a sense of humour is important. as a man i sometimes found it more difficult to talk to local women, especially muslims, but once they know you are sincere they too will talk (though they won’t necessarily let you photograph them. which is fine – don’t push them). my wife is muslim (and talks to just about everyone) so in places like zanzibar and pakistan she was a great help. i think the secret is to be respectful, patient, genuinely interested and a good listener. imbo: if my information is correct, you’ve moved back to the uk. after so long in tanzania, what culture shock are you experiencing? mercer: i find life here more comfortable but less exciting than life in tanzania – for months after we came back i would walk through a local woodland keeping an eye open for elephants and looking for lion prints in the mud. and i miss the international nature of dar es salaam. life here can sometimes seem trivial, also, after africa, so many people seem to live their lives at second-hand, preoccupied with so-called “celebrities”, reality tv and material possessions. bureaucracy is another issue (though it was bad in dar also) – i seem to spend half my life filling in forms, responding to questionnaires (not this one!) and answering requests for information. having said that we love being in england and there is much to see and do and be grateful for, so no complaints. imbo: finally, some readers may have noticed that you and this year’s judge, paola fornari, both have a connection to tanzania—which surprised you both. mercer: when i read about paola’s background i was both intrigued and worried. worried because i thought that in the unlikely event of me winning the competition she would be accused of “cronyism” when readers found out that she and i had spent so much of our lives in tanzania. in fact we never met though our paths must have crossed many times. and thankfully, when she was judging the competition, she knew nothing of my own background. fortunately too my article was not about tanzania but kashmir. imbo: thank you for taking the time to talk, graham. i wish you all the best. mercer: many thanks, chris. not least for your part in organizing the competition. i think competitions like this provide wonderful opportunities for writers or would-be writers to improve their skills. some people might think that writing 1,200 words is simple but it is much easier to write 12,000 words – the discipline and ruthlessness involved in cutting back your writing to the bare bones is a really valuable to a writer, whether he or she is short-listed or not. _____________________________________________________ christopher allen is the author of conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire), an episodic adult cartoon about a man struggling with expectations. allen's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in juked, eclectica magazine's 20th-anniversary speculative anthology, indiana review, night train, the journal of compressed creative arts, and over a hundred other great places. read his book reviews in [pank], necessary fiction, word riot, the lit pub, and others. his creative non-fiction has appeared in chicken soup for the soul, bootsnall travel, and lots of other fine places. a finalist at glimmer train in 2011, allen has been nominated for best of the net, the storysouth million writers award, and the pushcart prize. he is the 2015 recipient of ginosko literary journal's award for flash fiction and in 2016 took third place in the k. margaret grossman fiction award given by literal latté. allen is the managing editor of smokelong quarterly. posted by christopher allen at 6:57 am reactions:  no comments: links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fourth annual i must be off travel writing contest, graham mercer, tanzania, travel writing, zanzibar older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) follow by email featured post the i must be off! 2016 top ten or maybe . . . follow this blog start the conversation conversations with s. teri o'type (a satire) reviews: 12 ratings: 27 (avg rating 4.63) christopher allen germany publishing news hiking london expat author interviews food gluten-free travel italy ireland south tyrol german language turkey austria metazen munich brazil france new zealand bali thailand dublin reflection scotland singapore jincy willett nashville talented friends chicken soup for the soul guided tours indonesia jerusalem new york city prague rome venice alsace glaciers hotel horrors oktoberfest paris restaurant stories the highlands côte d’azur egypt florence glimmer train great britain peru radnor lake the midlands motorhome vacations bed bugs bed and breakfasts cinque terre croatia edinburgh holy land malta nuitrition peak district writers and writers' sites i read people you know by heart 1 day ago life as a journey 1 day ago confessions of a watery tart 4 days ago words in place 6 days ago tania writes 1 week ago are we here yet? 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