Follow the suggested format. In MLA format, a magazine article citation starts with the author's last name, then his first name and a period. The name of the article follows, with quotation marks around it and a period after it. Next comes the capitalized and italicized magazine title, then the day, month and year of the publication with a colon following. Next listed are the page numbers (which should be listed efficiently, meaning that if you are citing pages 101 to 107, then write 101-7). Follow the page range with a period, then the word "Print" and then a final period.
b) For a monthly or quarterly publication use month and year , or season and year . For the months May, June, and July, spell out the months, for all other months with five or more letters, use abbreviations: Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., and Dec. Note that there is no period after the month. For instance, the period after Jan. is for the abbreviation of January only. See Abbreviations of Months of the Year, Days of the Week, and Other Time Abbreviations . If no months are stated, use Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, etc. as given, .:
Autocite a Magazine in MLA Format Cite This Cite 59 source types on Add this widget to your website! How to Cite a Magazine in Print in MLA The magazine is very similar to the newspaper. Cite the author of the article, the name of the article, name of the magazine, the date published, and the pages referred to.