Archive for 2017

The year we identify a new, third species of orangutan in Indonesia.

  • In which this year and our story, comes to its necessary end.

    The End

  • In which it’s time for the annual Eriksson Christmas greeting.

    The First and Last Christmas

  • In which I announce the next chapter in the journey that is Carlos figuring out this running stuff people keep talking about—by which I mean I’m running the London Marathon.

    Running with Demons: The Road to the London Marathon

  • In which traditions are meant to be broken and we don’t carve any pumpkins.

    A Scooby-Doo Halloween

  • In which Scott and I run a 10k obstacle race and I use a GoPro to record it.

    Insane in the Terrain Brain

  • In which I briefly talk about the house we never really called our home.

    Inside No. 9

  • In which I talk about how after not smoking for 4 years I failed and started again.

    The Descension

  • In which Ben and I run a 5k to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices and Lucien throws paint into our mouths.

    Don’t Run with Your Mouth Open

  • In which I want to believe that people can’t be pigeon-holed but clearly I can be.

    1 out of 16 Personalities

  • In which I wonder about the short-comings of DC Comics’ Wonder Woman.

    Wondering Where Wonder Woman Went Wrong

  • In which I talk about my irrational fear of wasps, bees and all buzzing things black and yellow.

    Wasps Are Spontaneously Provocable Sadists

  • In which I start cleaning out the cobwebs of my mind by reading, meditating and dying a sweaty death at hot yoga.

    Interrogating the Demons

  • In which I finish migrating all the remaining entries between 2010–2013 and cull most of them because they’re so terrible.

    Tales from the Archive, Part II

  • In which I manage to put the final touches to A Rainy Night on Drury Lane and release it. For free!

    That Story on Drury Lane

  • In which we have lived in the UK for five years but aren’t sure if we can call this home anymore.

    Becoming a British Bastard

  • In which I tell you about this awesome triple bill title podcast that I’ve been listening to lately.

    Sudden Double Deep, the Podcast

  • In which I live on Joylent, the meal replacement beverage, for a whole year.

    The Joyous Year of Joylent, aka Jimmy Joy

  • In which I, after many failed attempts, manage to record the song I wrote for Amanda.

    In Memoriam: Swansong

  • In which I complete my first half marathon, raise money in memory of Amanda and puke across the finish line.

    I Trained, I Ran, I Puked

  • In which I begin training for my first half marathon and set the stage for raising money in memory of Amanda.

    In Memoriam: Amanda