Write the author's last name, first name, and middle name or initial. Two authors are handled a little differently. For example, you would write: Helmenstine, A.M. and John R. Smith, Cool Chemistry Projects, New York: Sterling Pub. Co., Aug. 2005, pp. 1-15.Write the name of the article or the chapter of your source in quotes.Write and either underline or italicize the title of the book or source.Write the place (city, state, country) where the source was published, followed by a colon.Write the publisher's name, date of publication, and volume (if applicable), followed by a colon and the page numbers. The abbreviation for page is p.. The abbreviation for pages is pp.. Volume is vol..Organize your bibliography by writing your references in alphabetical order, according to the author's last name.