Citations for magazine articles follow a similar pattern to newspaper articles, but the dates may be expressed differently,
depending on the frequency of the magazine's publication.
Start your citation with the author's name, followed by the date. If the magazine gives a specific date (such as December 15, 2007) include that in your citation. If the magazines lists the month and year only, include that.
Next comes the magazine article title, and then include the title of the magazine. The magazine title should be italicized.
After the magazine title, include volume number. You can usually find the volume number on the cover of the magazine or on the magazine's title page. The volume number should be italicized. My example comes from volume 252, issue 47 of the magazine.
Note: Don't put "Volume" or "Vol." in your citation.
The final part of your citation is the page numbers for the article. This article is on page 32. Don't put p. or page in your citation for a newspaper article. Here's the complete citation, in the correct form:
Here's another example of a magazine citation:
This magazine is not published monthly, so this issue covers February and March. I included that in the citation. The date of February 2006 would be incomplete.