Clare Market Review (we call her Clare for short) is LSESU’s in-house creative magazine. Formed at the LSE in 1905, the Clare Market Review is the oldest student-run journal in the UK, publishing the best of the creative talent at the LSE in a biannual print magazine. If you’re interested in writing, visual art, photography, as well as music, fashion, politics or culture, the Clare Market Review is the perfect outlet to showcase your passions to the University and beyond.
We believe in allowing all students to exercise their creativity, and our submissions are open to all students at the LSE for consideration. Issues of the journal are centred around specific themes, allowing students to create work to a brief and think outside of the box. Past issues have discussed the themes of Nostalgia, Maximalism, Silence, the Artificial and Mental Health.
Our social events revolve around these issues, culminating in our popular Issue Launch Parties -- celebrating the final journal with student recitals, exhibitions, guest speakers, drinks and more! As well as this, during 2021/22 we intend to hold social events with the creative community, including poetry recital, online exhibitions, and discussions about society, culture and the arts.
Interested in getting involved with Clare? Publishing twice yearly, students can contribute to our Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer issues. Submissions for our 'Disrupt' issue are now closed. For more information on the deadlines and topic for our Autumn 2022 issue, make sure to follow our social media below. Also, LSESU students can join our mailing list to keep up to date with the latest announcements.
For any questions on our issues, events, or to find out more information about our societies, feel free to contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org