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Nancy Bauer was UNB’s ninth writer-in-residence for the 1989-1990 academic year. Before beginning as writer-in-residence, Bauer often attended informal discussions on writing at the Ice House, and was one of the founders of the Maritime Writers’ Workshop. Bauer also participated in the Writer in Schools program in New Brunswick, where local writers would talk to students about creative writing. Bauer held an residency at Bemidji State University in Minnesota in Spring of 1986.
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Nancy Bauer was UNB’s ninth writer-in-residence for the 1989-1990 academic year. Before beginning as writer-in-residence, Bauer often attended informal discussions on writing at the Ice House, and was one of the founders of the Maritime Writers’ Workshop. Bauer also participated in the Writer-in-Schools program in New Brunswick, where local writers would talk to students about creative writing. Bauer had previously held an residency at Bemidji State University in Minnesota in Spring of 1986.
  
 
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UA Case 191; Section 2; Nancy Bauer
 
UA Case 191; Section 2; Nancy Bauer

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Nancy Bauer was UNB’s ninth writer-in-residence for the 1989-1990 academic year. Before beginning as writer-in-residence, Bauer often attended informal discussions on writing at the Ice House, and was one of the founders of the Maritime Writers’ Workshop. Bauer also participated in the Writer-in-Schools program in New Brunswick, where local writers would talk to students about creative writing. Bauer had previously held an residency at Bemidji State University in Minnesota in Spring of 1986.

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UA Case 191; Section 2; Nancy Bauer