Logan Lane

Editor, Writer

Location icon United States of America

I'm a MFA student in The University of Michigan's Helen Zell Writers' Program.

I wrote and edited for The University of Akron student newspaper, The Buchtelite, for a year-and-a-half, and wrote briefly for an Akron arts and life magazine called The Devil Strip.

My fiction and poetry has appeared in the Ashbelt and Brainchild Magazine.

Portfolio
The Buchtelite
Cover to Cover: Friendship subverts suffering in Hanya Yanagihara's 'A Little Life'

Hanya Yanagihara's newest novel, "A Little Life," puts four recent college graduates in the heart of New York City. These young men, all of whom met at the same university, strike out into the city to begin their lives and careers. There's Willem, an aspiring actor working as a waiter; JB, a magazine receptionist who...

The Buchtelite
Poetry collection resurrects the lost

Last week, The University of Akron Press awarded its 2016 Akron Poetry Prize to Aimée Baker, a lecturer at the State University of New York (SUNY) Plattsburgh in New York. The Akron Poetry Prize is an annual award that the Press gives to a poet with a new and compelling voice.

The Buchtelite
Students retell voices of Vietnam

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. is a black wall listing the names of the 58,200 Americans who died in the Vietnam War. This wall is 150 yards long. If we made a monument listing the three million Vietnamese who died in that same war, that wall would be four-and-a-half miles long.

THE DEVIL STRIP
10/18/2017
On Exhibit | Shoot it with Color

by Logan Lane 10/18/2017 If you're surfing through Instagram, you might happen across one of her pieces. It might be an ice cream cone overflowing with paper clovers or spilled milk painting a kid's face across a pastel tabletop. Or maybe it's the artist herself wearing retro shades, green lipstick and a wig of kale.

The Buchtelite
UA must refund $4.1 million to students

The University of Akron will return $4.1 million to its students after the Ohio Department of Education discovered UA's facilities fee was improperly raised during the summer. In its 2015 - 2016 budget, UA raised students' facilities fee from $18.55 per credit hour (up to 12 credit hours) to $28.50 per credit hour as a...

The Buchtelite
Students will not be silenced

"[We] will not be silenced!" protesters shouted at the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday morning in the Student Union, where nearly a hundred UA students, alumni, and faculty gathered to voice disapproval over recent changes. "Students should have a voice that matters, just as faculty should," said UA graduate student Tom Guarino, one of...

The Buchtelite
Zips for St. Jude raises $1,075

"Can you show everyone how big our whisk is?" Zips for St. Jude President Paige Schertzinger said as Zac Steiner, assistant director of Off Campus Student Services, brandished a two-and-a-half foot long egg beater. As the 25-30 students in the Student Union Starbucks lounge watched, Steiner mixed a cooler of green slime, a concoction of...

The Buchtelite
Trustees speak, protesters silenced

Yesterday, outside the doors of the Student Union Room 339 — the location of the latest Board of Trustees meeting — protesters were told that chanting would not be tolerated. UAPD Captain Bryan Taylor notified a group of around 30 students and faculty that organized chanting was not allowed in the Union. Should protesters refuse to leave when asked, he said, they could be arrested on charges of trespassing and escorted out. - See more at:...