How to Cite Articles and Other Material from
The Zero is a compilation, a collection of materials written by different people. For copyright purposes, Andrew Vachss is its author, but he is not its editor. The editor of The Zero is "The Zero Collective," a group of individuals who volunteer their services.
Any material on The Zero that does not originate with the site will have full publication information appended in each instance. When documenting such materials as research sources, you should cite both to The Zero and to their original publication, (which, needless to say, you should verify yourself prior to citation).
However, if you are documenting material original to The Zero, treat it as you would an article in a magazine:
Example - Modern Language Association (MLA) format:
Weeks, Grier. "Taking the CARE Act to the States: The North Carolina Experience." The Zero - The Official Website of Andrew Vachss. 16 Oct. 2002. [Date you accessed the site]. <http://www.vachss.com/guest_dispatches/grier_weeks.html>
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