Generate MLA 7 citations for Interviews
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|Creator (often writer) of a piece such as a book, script, play, article, podcast, comic, etc.|
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Interview – Published in a magazine, newspaper, website, or on TV/radio.
Citing an interview in print
Interviewee Last, First M. “Interview Title.” Interview by First M. Last. Magazine Name Date Month Year: Page(s).
Obama, Michelle. “Oprah Talks to Michelle Obama.” Interview by Oprah Winfrey. O, The Oprah Magazine Apr. 2009: 116-125. Print.
Citing a personal interview
Last Name of Interviewee, First Name M. Type of Interview (Personal Interview, Phone Interview, Skype Interview, etc.). Date.
Cloyd, Allison. Personal interview. 24 July 2014.