May 5, 2017
Tracking and Citing References for Your Nonfiction Book

*originally posted spring 2017, updated 2019 Before we dig into the nuts and bolts of tracking and citing sources, it's important to understand the legal and reputational risks you face as an author, particularly if you write nonfiction. Related: Jill Abramson: Ex-New York Times editor accused of plagiarism; 'I Fell Short': Jill Abramson Responds To […]

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