Logan Lynn



Love Is Stronger Than Fear. Every Time. And I Am Surrounded By Love.

York Nebraska - Logan Lynns Childhood Home

30 years ago I was hurt by a family friend in the house pictured here, just beyond that upstairs window, over the course of two years. When I left York, Nebraska in 1994 I swore that I would never return…and I have kept that promise to myself and others in the years since.

My sweet mom and dad were passing through that part of the country today and agreed to take some pictures of places where I felt that I had lost myself and send them to me.

So here is this shitty house with its stupid upstairs window, in all its small nothingness. It’s not big and scary like I have grown it in my mind all these years; It’s just a house like any other house in a town like any other town. This place has no power anymore, and neither does the man who hurt me there.

I’m going back to York later this year with my family so that we can bury our shared trouble in the dirt where it first found us and make new memories there together. Love is stronger than fear. Every time. And I am surrounded by love.

If you are experiencing abuse, I encourage you to tell someone you trust. You can also contact RAINN at www.RAINN.org and they can help.

There are lots of people out here in the world who are rooting for your survival. You are not alone. Ever. ❤️

Logan Lynn on Z100 Portland and JAM’N 107.5 with Tra’Renee this Week Talking About Mental Health

Logan and TraRenee Chambers on air at Z100 Portland JAMN 1075

Thanks to Z100 Portland and JAM’N 107.5 DJ Tra’Renee for having me on as her guest for this week’s Situations & Conversations talk show all about mental health!

Tune in this weekend to both Z100 Portland and JAM’N 107.5 FM to hear our chat.

Logan Lynn Featured on Sheila Hamilton’s “Speaking Freely” Talk Radio Show This Week on Kink FM

Logan Lynn and Gino Mari (2016)

I was the guest on Sheila Hamilton’s “Speaking Freely” talk radio show this week talking about my new record and my own mental health journey.

Thanks to Emmy Award-winning journalist Sheila Hamilton and Kink.fm for providing such an incredible platform for these types of conversations about mental health, art, music, depression, grief, healing and resilience to take place.

Listen to my appearance this morning on “Speaking Freely with Sheila Hamilton” HERE and on-air this Sunday morning on 101.9 Kink FM, or just click play below!



Logan Lynn - Adieu - Front Cover - Artwork by Ian Ophelan







Keep Oregon Well (2016)