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Karen Connelly was UNB’s twelfth writer-in-residence for the 1993-1994 academic year. She was awarded the 1993 Governor General’s Award for English Language Non-fiction for her book ''Touch the Dragon. ''Connelly gave her first public reading on September 20 in Memorial Hall. English professor Mary Rimmer said that Connelly was valued for “her writing as well as her communication skills.”
 
Karen Connelly was UNB’s twelfth writer-in-residence for the 1993-1994 academic year. She was awarded the 1993 Governor General’s Award for English Language Non-fiction for her book ''Touch the Dragon. ''Connelly gave her first public reading on September 20 in Memorial Hall. English professor Mary Rimmer said that Connelly was valued for “her writing as well as her communication skills.”
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Karen Connelly was UNB’s twelfth writer-in-residence for the 1993-1994 academic year. She was awarded the 1993 Governor General’s Award for English Language Non-fiction for her book Touch the Dragon. Connelly gave her first public reading on September 20 in Memorial Hall. English professor Mary Rimmer said that Connelly was valued for “her writing as well as her communication skills.”

Sources:

UA Case 191; Section 2; Karen Connelly