The Free Lance Archive
full text File Size: 31 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Biographical / Historical Note

Free Lance, published from 1963-70 by students and faculty members of Washington University, was a magazine devoted to the arts and to all kinds of writing. At first it printed mainly student and faculty work, including poems, stories, plays, however, in an attempt to diversify the magazine, the editors accepted poems, stories, and other creative work from nationally-known writers who were not directly involved with the university. The magazine began as a 2-3 page mimeographed newsletter; by the end, sometime 30-40 pages long, it was offset printed and included photography.