Citing Your Sources

  • Use the heading Works Cited.
  • Double space your citations.
  • List each entry alphabetically by the first letter of each citation (skip a, an, or the if it’s the first word)
  • Give each entry a hanging indent.

Quinn, William P. The Saltworks of Historic Cape Cod. Orleans, MA: Parnassus Imprints, 1993. Print.

Book with Two Authors
Lethem, Jonathan, and Karl Rusnak. Omega the Unknown. New York: Marvel Publishing, 2008. Print.

Book with an Editor Instead of an Author
Mankoff, Robert, ed. The New Yorker Book of Baseball Cartoons. Princeton, NJ: Bloomberg Press,
          2003. Print.

Webpage: Citing a Page on a Website
Tennant, Thomas. “What are the Dangers of Plagiarism?” eHow, 9 Feb. 2011. Web.
          7 March 2011.

Website: Citing an Entire Website
Nathaniel H. Wixon Middle School. Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District.  28 Feb. 2011. Web.
          7 March 2011.

Hooper, Adele. Personal interview. 7 March 2011.

Example Works Cited page.