Critically-acclaimed poet Noah Blaustein will be visiting Georgia Southern today as part of the Georgia Poetry Circuit to read some of his work to the community.
Along with being published in various journals, including the Los Angeles and Harvard Review, Noah’s first book, Flirt, was selected for the 2013 Mary Burrit Christiansen poetry series for the University of New Mexico. The anthology he edited, Motion: American Sports Poems, was also an editor’s pick of National Public Radio, The Boston Globe, and a Librarian’s Pick of the New York Public Library.
Through vivid narrators, Blaustein addresses the complexities that shape a life: adolescence, fatherhood, our responsibility for the lives of others, the exhilaration of romantic love and memory.
The reading will begin at 7 p.m. in room 1124 of the College of Business Administration building (COBA).