Logan Griffiths has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Professional Writing and Publishing from Curtin University. She manages projects primarily focused on storytelling through writing. She coordinates the Centre for Stories’ digital journal Portside Review and the signature writing program Writing Change, Writing Inclusion. Recently, she worked on the Out of Touch project and the Forbidden Love project. She is interested in supporting emerging writers and establishing connections to writers across the Indian Ocean. She manages the Centre for Stories’ print publications, including the forthcoming anthology We Know Who We Are (2021), and previous anthologies Wave after Wave (2019) and To Hold the Clouds (2020). Logan was the project manager for the Inclusion Matters project and the Rule Breakers: Women in STEMM project.
Logan has 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. Some project partners she has worked with include WA Museum, Curtin University, Ruah, Denmark Festival of Voice, State Library of Western Australia, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Big Issue, The Ian Potter Foundation, Australia Council and Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries.
Logan supervises the team of interns, writes social media for Portside Review, and maintains Portside Review and Centre for Stories’ websites.