Works Cited entry samples for the Internet, an anthology, or an interview

From the Internet

Last name, first.  “Title.”  Web host.  Date posted.  Date retrieved.  Web.

(Please note the URL is no longer included in the paper or on the Works Cited.)

From an anthology:

Silko, Leslie Marmon.  “Landscape, History, and the Pueblo Imagination.”  Writing

         Nature. Ed. Carolyn Ross.  New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1995.  381-393.  Print.

The final word (in the entry) describes the format of delivery:  Print, Web, DVD, or Personal or Phone Interview are the primary examples.

For an interview:

Last, first.  Personal (or phone) interview.  Date of interview.

Remember, parts of the whole are in quotation marks — e.g., essay titles, the title of a newspaper or journal article, while the whole work (entire book, newspaper, journal) will be placed in italics.

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