Graeme

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.

The Column

January 25, 2004

  • Columns I Won’t Write
  • Over the past week I’ve compiled my own list of banned licks: topics that under no circumstances will I ever write about it in a column.

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    January 18, 2004

  • Radio Days
  • The Royal Canadian Air Farce was always a sort of satirical comfort food for Canadians. These days it’s more like the bargain no-name brand of macaroni and cheese; twenty years ago it was primo Kraft Dinner.

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    January 12, 2004

  • Moving The Goalposts
  • Fun and games with the Writers Guild of Canada

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    January 04, 2004

  • The Waitress Mystique
  • Restaurants are probably one of the last places where a heterosexual male can flirt with a woman casually with mostly no consequences.

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