Review published online
You may need to consult more than one section to accurately represent the source used (eg. number of authors and source descriptions)
Format for in-text citation
In-text citation example
... an important piece of work (Knezic 2019).
Storer (2019) outlines the important role played …
Format for reference list
Elements, punctuation & capitalisation
Author of review (Surname, First name). Year of publication. "Title of Review," review of Title of work, other creative or sponsor details. Title/description of Website. Month date, year (of publication, modification or access). URL.
Author of review (Surname, First name). Year of publication. "Title of Review," review of Title of work, other creative or sponsor details. Title of Blog (blog). Month date, year. URL.
Reference list example
Knezic, Sophie. 2019. “Atlanta Eke: The Tennis Piece,” review of The Tennis Piece, installation by Atlanta Eke, Gertrude Contemporary. Memo Review. March 16, 2019. https://memoreview.net/blog/atlanta-eke-at-gertrude-contemporary-by-sophie-knezic.
Storer, Bradley. 2019. Review of Ragtime, The Production Company, Arts Centre Melbourne. TheatrePress (blog). November 4, 2019. https://theatrepress.com.au/2019/11/04/review-ragtime/.
Style notes for this reference type
- See Manual 15.50, 15.51 and 14.203.
- In the reference list, invert the name of the author.
- Titles of specific reviews of webpages should be in quotation marks.
- Include a publication date (or date of modification/revision). If no such date can be found, include an access date and use n.d. in place of a year of publication in both in-text citations and the reference list (see Manual 15.50 for examples).
- Repeat the year of publication or modification with the month and day to avoid confusion.
- If a website refers to themselves by their domain name (which is case sensitive), shorten and capitalise it in a logical way (e.g., www.google.com becomes Google).
- Where there is no author, list the site under the title of the website, or the sponsor/owner.
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