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 magazine article title in quotes, and then include the title of the magazine. The magazine title should be italicized. Do not place a period after the magazine title.
Your citation isn't finished yet; you still need to include when the article was published and where the article is in the magazine.
After the magazine title, include the date of publication. The date can be a specific date, a month, or a more general date such as "Spring 2009." In this example, our date is March 16, 2009. The final part of your citation is the page numbers for the article. Our article is on page 68. End your citation with the format (print). Here's the complete citation, in the correct form:
Remember: Don't put "page" or "p." before the page numbers.
Here's another example of a magazine citation: