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Bat City Review presents: Rebecca Liu, Grace Ortman, Darri Farr & Adam Ortman

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Celebrate the coming of the goat-age with the release of our new issue this Friday at grayDUCK gallery. There will be poetry from Rebecca Liu and Grace Ortman, fiction from Darri Farr and Adam Ortman, goat totes, and copies of issue 12 available.

Darri Farr is a second-year MFA candidate at the Michener Center. Her work is forthcoming in the 2016 Saints and Sinners Festival Anthology. 

Rebecca Liu's poems can be found or are forthcoming in VOLT, Boston Review, Web Conjunctions, The Awl, Phantom Limb, and Gulf Coast. A second year fellow at the Michener Center, she has been a finalist for the 2015 PSA Chapbook Fellowship and the 2015 "Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Contest.

Grace Ortman mostly spends days discussing comparative religion and ancient literature with teenagers at St. Andrew's Episcopal School. However, on weekend mornings and all summer long, she can be found making lyrical stories, poems, photographs, and an occasional soup. She holds an MFA from the University of Montana and has published poems under the name of Egbert in publications such as Octopus Magazine, Typo, andCopper Nickel. 

Adam Ortman is a second year fiction writer in the New Writers Project at UT, where he received the Roy Crane Award in 2015. His work has appeared in The Austin Review, as well as in the dreams of household pets and innumerable refrigerators, nationwide.