‘The Owl at the Window is an amazing and completely compelling book. It is both funny and sad, and so moving, I couldn’t put it down.’ – Alison Steadman
Interview with Carl about the story behind ‘The Owl at the Window’.
An introduction to ‘The Owl at the Window’.
‘Dead funny: how comedy helped me deal with the death of my wife’. Online article in ‘Thinking Man’ section of The Daily Telegraph.
A London launch party for ‘The Owl At The Window’ was held at the Daunt bookshop in Marylebone, organised by publishers Hodder and Stoughton.
Carl has made a number of appearances on TV and radio over the last month.
An article written by Carl entitled ‘A Mummy made of cardboard’ from The Guardian on 11th February 2017.
Alan Davies, star of ‘QI’ and ‘Jonathan Creek’, narrates the audiobook version of ‘The Owl at the Window’ which is now available to order.
Article by Rachel Buller, from the EDP Norfolk magazine, in the February 2017 issue, discussing ‘The Owl at the Window’ – a memoir of loss and hope.
An adaptation of the book appeared in the Daily Mail on 28th January 2017 focusing on the story of Cardboard Mummy, a chapter from the memoir ‘The Owl At The Window’.