C.H. (Marty) Gervais
Marty Gervais was born in Windsor and grew up in Bracebridge. He received a BA from University of Guelph and an MA in creative writing from University of Windsor, where he studied under Morley Callaghan. The recipient of numerous journalism awards in his lengthy career as a journalist at The Windsor Star, and lauded for his book The Rumrunners, a history of Prohibition in Canada, Gervais has also won recognition for his creative writing. With Autobiographies he was runner-up in the Milton Acorn Memorial People's Poetry competition in 1989.
The Border Police: One Hundred and Twenty-Five Years of Policing in Windsor (Author)
Letters from the Equator (Author)
People In Struggle: The Life and Art of Bill Stapleton (Author)
Scenes from the Present: new selected poems (Author)
Up Country Lines (Author)