Author (Surname Initial/s)
Year of publication
Edition (other than the first edition)
Place of Publication
Only include the place of publication if it’s relevant to the reader. The place of publication may be relevant if:
Sometimes knowing the place of publication of the sources adds credibility to the work. For example, an Australian publication may be more credible if it cites books published in Australia. Including the publishing location clearly shows the reader where the book is from. If including the place of publication, include the city listed.
If the place of publication doesn’t add useful information for the reader, you can omit it from your citation.
Any edition other than the first is noted after the title of the book:
For translated works, use the original author’s name in the in-text citation.