The publication Date element tells your reader when the version of the work you are citing was published.
In addition to an actual date of publication, this element may include the following:
The publication Date element may include one or more of the following components:
Ellison, Ralph. Invisible Man. 2nd Vintage International ed., Random House, 1995.
Crystal, David. Making a Point: The Persnickety Story of English Pronunciation. E-book ed., St. Martin's Press, 2015.
Hunter, Marjorie. "Johnson Antipoverty Bill Approved in House, 228-190, but Foes Balk Final Vote." The New York Times, 8 Aug. 1964, pp. 1+.
Online News article
Hoekstra, Gordon. "Historic Opportunity to Push Forward Rights and Recognition: Assembly of First Nations." Vancouver Sun, 24 July 2018,
Riddle, Julie. "Shadow Animals." The Georgia Review, vol. 67, no. 3, fall 2013, pp. 424-47.
Riddle, Julie. "Shadow Animals." The Georgia Review, vol. 67, no. 3, fall 2013, pp. 424-47. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/43492249.
Odetta. One Grain of Sand. Vanguard Recording Society, 1963. Vinyl.
Odetta. "Sail Away, Ladies." One Grain of Sand, Vanguard Records, 1 Jan. 2006. Spotify app.
United States, Congress, House, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Al-Qaeda: The Many Faces of an Islamist Extremist Threat. Government
Printing Office, 2006.
United States, Congress, House, Office of the Law Revision Counsel. United States Code, 8 Nov. 2019, uscode.house.gov.
"The Final Problem." Sherlock, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, season 4, episode 3, BBC, 15 Jan. 2017. Masterpiece, WGBH Educational
Foundation, 2019, www.pbs.org/ wgbh/masterpiece/episodes/sherlock-s4-e3/.
"Manhattan Vigil." Directed by jean de Segonzac. Law and order: Special Victims Unit, created by Dick Wolf, season 14, episode 5, Wolf Films, 24 Oct. 2012.