Magazine citations should include the following information:
You may also need:
- Include as much information about the publication date as available. For print magazines, this may be the month and year of publication. Magazine articles published online may include a full date.
- Capitalize only the first word of the article's title and subtitle. All other words should be in lowercase except for proper nouns.
- Do not use quotation marks around article titles.
- Italicize magazine titles. All main words in the magazine title should be capitalized.
- If your citation includes a DOI or URL, do not end the citation with a period.
Article in a Print Magazine
Note that if a DOI is available for an article whether in print or electronic format it should be included at the end of the citation
Magazine Article Accessed Online
APA does not distinguish between articles accessed through a database and articles accessed via the Web. Cite the article as you would a print article, followed by one of the following:
Bergeson, S. (2019, January 4). Really cool neutral plasmas. Science, 363(6422), 33-34. https://doi.org/10.1126
Bustillos, M. (2013, March 19). On video games and storytelling: An interview with Tom Bissell. The New Yorker.