Order a Hard Print Copy
JTAH is an all-digital publisher. However, we understand that many readers, authors and institutions need printed copies for their purposes. It is relatively easy for you to order a printed copy online through a print-on-demand service.
You may order a print copy of a full volume with cover art, table of contents and all of the articles in a volume. However, you may also order a printed copy of a single article. It’s simple, easy and your choice.
JTAH annual volumes are available from Amazon.com at a very modest cost as a service to the reader who requires or desires a printed version. We receive only about $2.00 on each copy sold through this sales channel. It is not intended to be a significant income producer. If you wish to order a copy from Amazon.com please follow these links:
JTAH Volume 1 (2014): coming soon
JTAH Volume 2 (2015): JTAH Volume 2 (2015) at Amazon.com
JTAH Volume 3 (2016): Check back after December 31, 2016
The JTAH is not affiliated with Amazon.com in any way. There are many other reputable “Print-on-Demand” services available on the internet. We list below a sample selection of PoD printers with links to their websites. You may choose one of them or any of the others to be found on the internet.
There are many other P-o-D printing services to be found on-line. These are but a small sample provided for your convenience. Find the one that best serves your needs. Or, print on your own printer!
Please Note the following statement!
The Print-on-Demand services listed above are third-party providers. The JTAH does not have any direct involvement or connection with any of them. When you place an order with them you are doing business with them – not the JTAH. With the exception of making $2 from Amazon orders – we do not receive any economic benefit from these printed copies of our annual volumes.
Your order for a printed copy of the volumes or articles found on this webpage is strictly between you and the PoD service you select. We provide these links strictly as a convenience to those who need a printed copy. If you experience any difficulty with their services, you should communicate directly with their customer service department – not the JTAH.