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APA 7th Edition Referencing Guide1

A Wintec Library guide to referencing in APA 7th edition style

Referencing an audiobook

When referencing an audiobook:

  • Include the narrator's name in parentheses after the title.
  • If the audiobook version has been edited or translated from the original, include the names of the editor(s) and/or translator(s) in brackets after the title.
  • If the audiobook was released in a different year than the text version, treat the audiobook as a republished work and include the original publication date in brackets at the end of the reference list entry.

For example:

Author, A. (Republished date). Title of audiobook: Subtitle in italic sentence case (A., Translator, Trans.; B, Narrator, Narr.) [Audiobook]. Title of website. URL (Original publication date)

Dostoevsky, F. (2014). The double: A Petersburg poem (C. Garnett, Trans.; G. Giordano, Narr.) [Audiobook]. LibriVox. https://librivox.org/the-double-a-petersburg-poem-by-fyodor-dostoyevsky/ (Original work published 1846)


Examples

Reference list entry

Dostoevsky, F. (2014). The double: A Petersburg poem (C. Garnett, Trans.; G. Giordano, Narr.) [Audiobook]. LibriVox. https://librivox.org/the-double-a-petersburg-poem-by-fyodor-dostoyevsky/ (Original work published 1846)

In-text citations

Time stamps are optional for paraphrased information.

Narrative
In Dostoevsky's (1846/2014) novel ... (13:45).

Parenthetical
... (Dostoevsky, 1845/2014, 13:45).

 

Note
In text citations for republished works include the original publication date as well as the republished date, as in the examples above.
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