Logan Griffiths has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Media and Communications from Curtin University. She is a professional writer with previous experience in client services and administration at Curtin University and communications and publishing at Margaret River Press. Logan’s project management experiences ranges from local to national. In 2018 she was the Festival Manager for the Australian Short Story Festival.
Logan manages a number of projects at the Centre for Stories with a focus on supporting emerging writers, including the Centre’s online journal (Portside Review), the Centre’s writing programs (Indian Ocean Mentoring, Inclusion Matters), and the Centre’s annual print publications (Wave after Wave, 2019 and To Hold the Clouds, 2020). Some project partners include WA Museum, Curtin University, Ruah, Denmark Festival of Voice, State Library of Western Australia, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, and The Big Issue.
Logan supervises the team of interns and is responsible for communications at the Centre for Stories, including the monthly newsletter, overseeing social media, updating the website, and writing press releases.