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Self-publishing is easy with the MSU Libraries’ Publishing Services, a resource for print-on-demand book and booklet making as well as design and publishing consultation. Now you can easily turn your material into a high-quality paperback book. Publishing Services can print both black and white and color interiors with a full-color cover, bind your book, and trim it to your desired size. Printing at MSU Libraries features affordable pricing and no minimum print runs. “Book” your appointment today.
The Chicago Manual of Style is the authoritative source on the publishing process, style and usage, and the ‘scholarly apparatus’ such as bibliographies. The 16th edition was published in 2010. This guide incorporates some of its advice.
Users with an MSUnet ID may use the library's subscription to the online edition. You will need to enter your MSUnet ID and password.
If you do not have an MSUnet ID, you may subscribe to the online edition at your own expense.
A print copy is available in the MSU Law Library at 648 North Shaw Lane (Reference, Z253.U69 2010)
Copies are available in many Michigan public libraries.
Print copies may be in stock at local bookstores, or can be purchased online.
A simplified version, Chicago Manual of Style: The Easy Way! is available at the Main Library Reference Desk (Z253.H73 2008)