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*Freelance Traveller

The Electronic Fan-Supported Traveller® Resource

Magazine Downloads

Freelance Traveller is available as a free PDF magazine, published approximately monthly January 2010 through December 2015, bimonthly beginning January 2016, and with an introductory issue November 2009. You can download the current issue in either ANSI A (US Letter) or ISO A4 format. If your computer is equipped with PDF browser plug-ins, the magazine may open up in your browser; you can avoid this by clicking on the link with the secondary mouse button (Mac users with one-button mice use Control-click) and selecting "Save Link As..." or "Save Target As...".

Download the current issue: ANSI A (US Letter) format or ISO A4 format

This issue features the following articles (which will be posted on our website when the next issue becomes available for download):

 

January/February 2018 Department Article Title Author
From the Editor   Jeff Zeitlin
Featured Articles
Critics’ Corner Two Days on Carsten Jeff Zeitlin
Hub Federation Ground Forces “kafka”
Pirates of Drinax: The Torpol Cluster Megan Robertson
Mercenary Second Edition “kafka”
Active Measures Interdiction Michael Hughes
In Loco Parentis Timothy Collinson
The Shipyard Designs for Marc Miller’s Traveller (T4): Grazzagr-class Cruiser Ewan Quibell
The Prep Room Jottings #2: Inheritance Jeff Zeitlin
Columns Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #32: Regular if not Frequent Timothy Collinson
Multimedia Gallery Mental Visualizations Ori B.L. Stone
Raconteurs’ Rest The Adventures of Gerry Fynne Sam Swindell

You can also download past issues as new issues become available, or find specific articles from those issues on our web site. Links to past issues will appear below.

The December issue each year contains a consolidated listing of all articles published during that year. You can also download a complete consolidated listing of the entire Freelance Traveller magazine run. This consolidated listing will be updated with each issue.

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