FORMAT FOR WORKS CITED PAGES
Arrange the information into three units, each followed by a period:
(1) the author's name, last name first
(2) the title and subtitle, underlined or italicized; and
(3) the place of publication, the publisher, and the date of
A. Book by a single author
Bergman, Ray. Fresh-Water Bass. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967.
B. Book by more than one author
Bentley, Nicolas, Michael Slater, and Nina Burgis. The Dickens Index.
New York: Oxford UP, 1990.
C. Book with an editor or editors
Polking, Kirk, Joan Bloss, and Colleen Cannon, eds. Writer's
Encyclopedia. Vol. II. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, 1983.
D. Two or more books by the same author
McDaniel, Adam. A Game of Skill: Rugby. United Kingdom: Simon, 1999.
---. How To Be a Champion. New Haven: Yale UP, 1997.
E. Work in a reference or anthology
Haney, Jo. "A Puffin is a Bird, I Think." Coming to Know: Writing to
Learn in the Intermediate Grades. Ed. Nancy Atwell. Portsmouth:
Heinemann Educational Books, Inc., 1990. 33-38.
F. An anonymous book
A Guide to Our National Parks. New York: National Geographic Society,
II. PERIODICALS (Newspaper, magazines, professional journals, etc.)
(1) the author's name, last name first, followed by a period
(2) the title of the article in quotation marks followed by a period
(3) the title of the periodical underlined or italicized
(4) the date followed by a colon and page numbers
A. Article in a monthly periodical
Alva, Walter. "The Moche of Ancient Peru: New Tomb of Royal Splendor."
National Geographic June 1990: 2-15
B. Article in a weekly periodical
Ratnesar, Romesh. "The Postwar War." Time 30 June 2003: 30-33.
C. Article in a daily periodical
Zeman, David. "Don't Presume Justice." The Miami Herald 25 Mar. 1991,
Final ed. B2.
D. Article in a professional journal
Robinson, Daniel. "Getting It Right: The Short Fiction of Tim
O'Brien." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 40 (1999):
III. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
Note: "Since internet sites and resources sometimes disappear
altogether, you should download or print the material you use, in case
it is inaccessible later"
A. Document within a scholarly project or information database
Reedy, James. "Women's World Cup: Making History." FIFA Online. 1999.
International Football Association. 10 June 1999.
B. Article in an online newspaper or newswire
Jones, Briana. "Thousands of Accidents Attributed to Cellular
Phones." New York Times on the Web. 10 Nov. 1998. 21 Dec. 1998
C. Article in an online magazine
Greenblatt, Fred. "Yosemite's Breathtaking Views." National
Geographic,12 Sept. 1998. 31 Dec. 1998.
D. Anonymous article
"Celebrity Weddings." US News Online 27 May 1998. 14 Aug. 1998
The Oxford English Dictionary. 2nd ed. CD-ROM. Boston: Oxford UP, 1995.
IV. OTHER PRINT AND NONPRINT RESOURCES
Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Wetlands: Indiana's
Endangered Natural Resource. Indianapolis: 1989.
B. Radio or television program
Latest Edition. Writ. Leslie Nunsuch. WJXT, Princeton. 14 Aug. 1990.
C. Personal interview
Muldoon, Bridgette. Personal interview. 27 Sept. 1991.
D. Map or chart
The Stock Market Boom. Chart. Chicago: Rand, 1994.