The rise and fall of David Sedaris as marital bedtime reading…
Graeme Burk is a freelance writer, wit, bon vivant and man about town. He is the author of the ECW Press book, Who is the Doctor. Over the past ten years he has written for (and edited) a number of small press magazines and websites. He has had short stories published by the BBC and has been a finalist for a Writers Guild of Canada award for new screenwriters.
This site is devoted to Graeme's writing and includes his column, which is published on an occasional basis.
March 11, 2012
February 12, 2012
Why, in this digital age, can’t we see great TV drama not made in English?
December 02, 2011
How being a Doctor Who fan caused me to leave the student left.
October 26, 2011
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August 22, 2011
Love, lust and regret during film school
July 30, 2011
Remembering the gosh darn genius of Elwy Yost
June 03, 2011
How I stopped being a teenaged fundamentalist.
May 03, 2011
There is no better indication for how eclectic, how varied, how diverse a human being can be than to trawl through an individual’s MP3 player. So let’s look at mine…
February 01, 2011
Reflections on watching James Bond in chronological order
January 20, 2011
December 19, 2010
My own regrets about the third season of Being Erica
November 13, 2010
October 24, 2010
Learning how to dance when you have all the moves of a tree sloth
September 26, 2010
That heartbreakingly beautiful, golden, moment before it all turns to grey…
July 13, 2010
My career as a seven year-old detective and how we cracked the Mystery of the Phantom