If using an e-book from an e-reader, such as a Kindle or Nook, include the name of the e-reader in the "version" section of the citation.
It is important to include the second container because the content on one container can be different than content from another container. In addition, when a reader locates undocumented information in an essay, she will likely think that the information was made up by the writer or that the information was stolen from a source, or plagiarized.
Title of E-Book. If a work has no author, alphabetize it by its title.
Citations for Photographs: The most basic entry for a photograph consists of the photographer's name, the title of photograph, the title of the book, website, or collection where the photograph can be located, the publisher of the photograph or publication where the image was located, the date the photograph was posted or taken, and the page number, location of the museum such as a city and state or URL if found online.
It is also not necessary to include the name of publishers for newspapers, magazines, or journal articles, since the name of the publisher is generally insignificant.
If the author's name is not known, type the title of the article instead of the author's last name.
Tales of the Peculiar.