How you can become a magazine editor while studying
Posted by: Alex
Published: Friday, October 21st, 2011
This week we sat down with 24-year-old Rachael Cloughton, artist, writer and Chief Editor of LINE magazine – a visual arts publication with a focus on emerging talent across the UK. We were keen to find out what Rachael’s job entails and how she became the editor of a publication that is now stocked around the world while also meeting the demands of completing a university degree.
In partnership with fellow student, Tom Carlile (who is the head designer) Rachael helped launch LINE in May 2010. And from a staff of just 10 people working on the first issue, LINE has now grown to a staff of 50. The magazine, which distributes 1000 copies of each edition, has realised much success over the past year and is now stocked in the TATE London and MoMA in New York.
Here Rachael tells us all about her journey: