Type the artist's last name, followed by the artwork's name, in the main body of the text. Integrate these elements so that they flow with the rest of the text.
This will be enough to identify the work in the list of works cited at the end of your paper.
If you add words to a quotation for clarity, put those words inside brackets to indicate they were not a part of the original quote.
Use ellipsis marks (three consecutive periods preceded and followed by a space) to indicate omitted words from a quotation. You could also paraphrase what the interviewee said rather than use a direct quote; when you paraphrase, you should use an attribution like “according to” or “John Smith stated in a phone interview March 3, 2014” to indicate the information is from a source.
Scientific research articles provide a method for scientists to communicate with other scientists about the results of their research.
A standard format is used for these articles, in which the author presents the research in an orderly, logical manner.
To cite published interviews in APA or CMS styles, follow the citation guidelines appropriate to the medium in which it was accessed. If you conducted the interview over the phone or via email, list it as a “phone” or “e-mail” rather than “personal” interview.
In MLA style, follow the bibliographic citation example: Beck, Samantha. Also in MLA style, cite the interview from a book or a video if it was not a personal communication, as in the following example: Cohen, Joel. Posner." Cara Batema is a musician, teacher and writer who specializes in early childhood, special needs and psychology.
This indentation is maintained for the entire quote.
In all styles, do not place quotation marks around the quote; also, the in-text citation appears after the final punctuation of the quote.