Marsha Faubert is a writer and lawyer with extensive experience in the Ontario administrative justice system. Her writing is concerned with themes of injustice in the lives of ordinary people. Her first book, Wanda’s War — An Untold Story of Nazi Europe, Forced Labour, and a Canadian Immigration Scandal, is a work of nonfiction published by Goose Lane Editions (February 2023). Her next project will explore the history and legacy of environmental injustice in her hometown of Sarnia, known to some as Canada’s Chemical Valley.
In addition to degrees in psychology and law, she holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of King’s College in Halifax.
She supports writers of nonfiction in her volunteer role as treasurer of the Creative Nonfiction Collective Society (CNFC), a national organization committed to promoting and supporting the work of writers of nonfiction in Canada.