Citations and Quotations
When there is only one work by an author, cite in the format:
(Author Last Name ###).
Notice there is no comma.
When citing multiples pages or a selection of pages from a single source by a single author, separate the page numbers by a comma
When one work is cited frequently without any other works cited in between, you can provide a simplified citation (just page number, no author name required).
When there are multiple works by the same author, use:
(Author Last Name, Title ###) for books
(Author Late Name, "Title" ###) for articles
When there are two or more authors of a single work, use:
(Author 1 Last Name and Author 2 Last Name ###)
When there are three or more authors of a single work, use:
(Author 1 Last Name et al. ###)
When you are citing multiple works that are referenced in the same sentence, you place in the same parentheses separated by a semicolon
When citing a multi-volume work, use the format:
(Author #: ###)
Volume number should be included if the author cites more than one volume in the article. In this case the reference must list the "# vols."
For quotations that are more than four lines of prose or three lines of verse, place quotations in a free-standing block of text and omit quotation marks.