Hard Copy Print of Interpreter Articles and Volumes

As you may already know, Interpreter provides its publications in hard copy print format for ordering via our print-on-demand partner, Hewlett-Packard’s MagCloud. You can order a publication by clicking on the “Order Print” button on the right-hand side of the individual journal articles, which will take you to the order page on MagCloud’s website. Once ordered, the article will be printed, bound, and shipped to your door, anywhere in the world. The price of these prints covers the cost of printing and shipping only.

We have received a few questions from readers wondering if we will also be providing hard copy prints of each volume, with all articles bound together. The answer is yes. Our Chairman of the Board, Daniel C. Peterson, noted in his 2012 FAIR address, “At a certain point, we’ll close the issue and commence a new one.” When we close a volume (we won’t call them issues), we will post a news bulletin that will note it, with a link to the hard copy printed issue available for instant ordering.

In this manner we do not wish readers to feel as if they need to order the hard copy print of each article individually, although you may if you desire. If you’d like a hard copy you may also wait to order the full volume when each becomes available.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

4 thoughts on “Hard Copy Print of Interpreter Articles and Volumes

  1. “When we close a volume (we won’t call them issues), we will post a news bulletin that will note it, with a link to the hard copy printed issue available for instant ordering.”

    Does this mean there will not be multiple issues, or numbers, in each volume?

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