Winner of the Peabody Award and shortlisted for the Academy Awards, Martyn Burke's latest film UNDER FIRE: Journalist In Combat, takes the viewer into the psychological cost of covering wars. Having been through wars himself, Burke lets the latest wave of combat reporters tell of the invisible toll that war takes as jarring footage of what they experienced plays on the screen.Rotten Tomatoes indiWire Globe & Mail
Carl Hiaasen, New York Times best selling author of "Razor Girl", "Bad Monkey" and many others. “Music for Love or War is slash-and-burn funny, but also unexpectedly touching and wise.
“One of the most entertaining and hilarious novels of the year”
. . . UPI
“A wonder of intense cinematic storytelling . . . ”
— The Wall Street Journal.
“Burke has created a vast, unruly quintessentially American landscape. Prepare to get carried away . .“
— Washington Post
“Martyn Burke offers a master class in timing and subtlety....the answers come, pulling us into the character's dilemmas, making us care, keeping us turning the ages . . . With so much drama,
—Toronto Globe and Mail
Excerpt of the sequel to Ivory Joe, a novella.
“One of the best fictional Vietnam scenes
yet published“ — Washington Post
“A savagely funny remarkable book.“
— Toronto Sun
“The Catch-22 of Southeast Asia“
— Publishers Weekly.
“Tiara lives up to its publishers billing
as 'a cinematic ride'”
- Quill and Quire