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‘Georgia Review’ to present Feb. 4 reading by poet Noah Blaustein

The Georgia Review at UGA will present a reading by Noah Blaustein Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. at Ciné, located at 234. W. Hancock Ave. He is the second of three readers on the 2014-15 Georgia Poetry Circuit.

The reading is open free to the public, and the poet’s books will be available courtesy of Avid Bookshop.

Blaustein, the author of Flirt, has published poems in the Los Angeles Review, the Massachusetts Review, Mid-American Review, Harvard Review, Orion, Pleiades and many other journals. His anthology Motion: American Sports Poems was an editor’s pick of National Public Radio and The Boston Globe, and a Librarian’s Pick of the New York Public Library.

The Georgia Poetry Circuit is a consortium of colleges and universities that annually brings three poets of national reputation to its member campuses, providing important access to the literary arts for Georgia residents across the state.

The Georgia Review has been the UGA liaison to the circuit since the latter’s founding in 1985.