9 August 1934
Graeme C. Gibson, CM (born 9 August 1934) is a Canadian novelist who lives in Toronto, Ontario. He is a Member of the Order of Canada (1992) and was one of the organizers of the Writer's Union of Canada (chair, 1974–75). He is also a founder of the Writers' Trust of Canada, a non-profit literary organization that seeks to encourage Canada's writing community. He has a long-term relationship with novelist and poet Margaret Atwood which began in 1973. They moved to a farm near Alliston, Ontario, north of Toronto, where their daughter Eleanor Jess Atwood Gibson was born in 1976. The family returned to Toronto in 1980.
In 1996 he decided to stop writing novels. At the time he was working on a novel titled Moral Disorder. Atwood borrowed the title for her collection of short stories published in 2006.  He is a former council member of World Wildlife Fund Canada and is chairman of Pelee Island Bird Observatory.
- Five Legs - 1969
- Communion - 1971
- Eleven Canadian Novelists - 1973
- Perpetual Motion - 1982
- Gentleman Death - 1993
- The Bedside Book of Birds - 2005
- The Bedside Book of Beasts - 2009
- See the Acknowledgements at the end of Margaret Atwood, Moral Disorder, McClelland and Stewart, 2006.