Logan Lockner is a writer living and working in Atlanta, Georgia, and the editor of Burnaway, a digital magazine of contemporary art and criticism from the American South.
Often addressing topics in contemporary visual culture and queer life, his writing has appeared in publications including Art Papers, Pelican Bomb, Photograph, and The Rib.
In May 2018, he presented his first curatorial project, Interiors and Props, an exhibition of sculptures, drawings, and textiles by Knoxville, Tennessee-based artist Lauren Sanders. Later the same year, Lockner served as guest editor of Number magazine in an issue focused on boredom and was nominated for the 2018 Rabkin Prize for Arts Journalism.
He participated in the 2017 summer publication intensive hosted by New York-based magazine Triple Canopy and, in September 2017, presented a talk on pornography and queer desire in the work of science fiction writer Samuel R. Delany as part of the artist-run film festival Bodies on Display at The Mammal Gallery in Atlanta.
Lockner holds a BA in English from Emory University, where he studied as a Robert W. Woodruff Scholar.