- Use italics with the following:
books (title alone is normally sufficient; no need to reference publisher, year, etc.)
movies and plays
major musical compositions
paintings, drawings, statues, and other works of art
periodicals (journals and magazines)
video games (but not for other apps; see below)
- Use quotation marks with the following:
papers (e.g., papers presented at conferences)
* If of book length, italicize.
** If part of a continuing series, italicize (e.g., PBS’s Sesame Street, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered).
- Do not use italics, underlining, or quotation marks (but use appropriate capitalization) with titles or names of the following: