1. Citing an interview conducted by the researcher (you):
Person Interviewed. Type of Interview (personal, telephone,
email, etc.). Date.
Faison, Beverly. Personal interview. 15 February 2005.
2. Citing a website:
You may not find all this information on the site, but be sure
to include as much as you can.
Title of the Site. Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name
of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access
from the Gap. 2003. University of Minnesota. 30 January 2005.
3. Citing a newspaper article:
Author. "Title of Article." Name of Newspaper
Date, edition: Page(s).
Torres, Tiffany. “Violence in Schools.” Daily News 12
January 2005, 33: A1.
4. Citing a book:
Author. Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher,
Polanco, Edward. A Day at the Circus. New York: Random
5. Citing a magazine article:
Author. "Title of Article." Title of Magazine
Ramirez, Anybelkis. “How to become an English Professor.” Vibe
12 November 2004: 11-21.
6. Citing a video recording:
Title. Director, Producer, and/or Writer. Medium. Distributor,
Gangsta Glory. Writ., dir, and prod. Jeremy Johnson.
Videocassette. EBC Vision, 2004.
7. Citing a television program:
“Name of Episode.” Title of Show. Credits writ, dir,
prod, etc. Station. City. Date.
"Scandal." Law and Order. Writ., Michael Wilkerson,
Dir., Kyli Ingram, prod., Tiffany Staton. NBC. Los Angeles. 7 Sept
To find citation formats for other types sources, refer to the
MLA Style Manual.