How to Cite an Anthology
- Method 1 of 3: MLA. Start your Works Cited entry with the editors’ names.
- Method 2 of 3: APA. Start your reference list entry with the editor’s name and date of publication.
- Method 3 of 3: Chicago. Begin your bibliography citation with the name of the editor. Type the last name, followed by a comma.
Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you
1. How do I cite an article from an anthology?
If you quote or paraphrase an article or essay within an anthology, create a separate Works Cited entry for that author’s work, even if you already have an entry for the anthology as a whole. Start your reference list entry with the editor’s name and date of publication.
2. How do you cite an essay in APA format?
When citing works that have been retrieved from an edited reference or anthology or a section of a book, then this is how the citation should appear: —Last name, First name. “Title of Essay.” Title of Collection. Ed. Editor’s Name (s). City of Publication: Publisher, Year. Page range of entry. Medium of Publication. —Gray, Thomas Alan.
3. Can anthologies be used in APA format?
Anthologies are commonly used as sources in literary criticism, but may also be used in other fields. The format of your citation differs depending on whether you use the Modern Language Association (MLA), American Psychological Association (APA), or Chicago citation method.
4. How do I cite works cited with multiple editors?
Start your Works Cited entry with the editors’ names. If there are multiple editors, list their names in the same order they appear on the title page. List the first editor’s last name followed by a comma, then their first name. Add the other editors’ names in first name-last name format, separated by commas.