|Full name||Malcolm Burgess|
'A wicked sense of humour. His acid-drop observations make the whole office shake with laughter' Lindsay Nicholson My comic series and features appear in many national newspapers and magazines. I write across a wide range of subjects, offering a quirky, off-beat and sometimes satirical view of things. Current and recent work includes Metro (Chalk and Cheese series), The Times (New Spring 08 series and Office Types series), The Scotsman Magazine (Being in Your Forties in the Noughties, cover feature) and Glamour (I Hate the Office). Author of I Hate the Office and Forty-fied: How to be a Fortysomething and BBC Radio 4 scriptwriter (most recently comedy Fear and Loathing in Crouch End) www.malcolmburgess.co.uk
|Editorial work||Features writing, Radio|
|Last updated||01-10-2015 10:21|
I'm a writer, freelance journalist and arts project manager.
I've worked in advertising, publishing, journalism, further education and arts management, full-time, part-time and as the person who's given the wobbly chair and hot desk with twenty dirty cups on it.
My comic series and features have appeared in a range of newspapers and magazines, from Metro and The Times to ES and You Magazine. I've also written series and plays for Radios 4 and 3 including Fear and Loathing in Crouch End, plus two books: I Hate the Office and Forty-fied: How to be a Fortysomething.
I was born in north London, educated at the University of York, have two children and live in Brentwood, Essex, with my partner Heather.
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