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Chicago Manual of Style

Magazine Article

Notes and bibliographic entries for magazines include:

  • author’s name
  • article title
  • magazine title
  • publication date.
  • If online, include the DOI (preferred) or URL

Magazine Article (Print) (Sec. 14.188)

General Format : Print
 
Full Note: 
 1. Author First Name/Initial Surname, "Article Title," Magazine Title, Month Day,
Year, page #.
 
Example:
1. Denis Judd, "Hanging on to the Jewel in the Crown," History Today, November
2009, 34.
 
Subsequent Note: 
2. Author Surname, "Article Title," page #. 
 
Example:
2. Judd, "Hanging on to the Jewel," 35.
 
Bibliography:
Author Surname, First Name or Initial. "Article Title." Magazine Title, Month Day, Year.
 
Example:
Judd, Denis. "Hanging on to the Jewel in the Crown." History Today, November 2009.

Magazine Article (Online) (Sec. 14.189)

General Format : Online
 
Full Note: 
1. Author First Name/Initial Surname, "Article Title," Magazine Title, Month Day,
Year, page #, URL/Database.
 
Example:
1. Will R. Bird, "What Was the Price of Vimy Ridge?," Maclean's, April 1,
1936, http://www.macleans.ca/archives/what-was-the-price-of-vimy-ridge/.
 
Subsequent Note: 
2. Author Surname, "Article Title," page #. 
 
Example:
2. Bird, "What Was the Price of Vimy Ridge."
 
Bibliography:
Author Surname, First Name or Initial. "Article Title." Magazine Title, 
Month Day, Year, page range, URL/Database.
 
Example:
Bird, Will R. "What Was the Price of Vimy Ridge?." Maclean's, April 1, 1936.
http://www.macleans.ca/archives/what-was-the-price-of-vimy-ridge/.