Example: Pub Formatting

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Example: Pub Formatting

Optional Abstract

The text for the optional abstract should be italicized and divided from the body of the piece with a horizontal line.

Layout of the article text is determined by authors.

Section titles can be formatted in two sizes:



To insert items into the text (citations, footnotes, images, code, discussions, videos, etc.), type a forward slash and an options box will appear.

Citations appear in the text line

Wilson, J., & Buggle, J. (2017). The Making of Tomato Red: An Interview with Director Juanita Wilson. Studies in Arts and Humanities, 3(1), 78–85. https://doi.org/10.18193/sah.v3i1.92
. Please copy and paste a source’s bibtex, DOI, wikidata url, or bibjson in the citation box for proper formatting.

Footnotes appear as superscript numbers in the text line

example footnote
. Please use these for comments and informal references to other work.

Left justified.
Left justified.
Right justified.
Right justified.

Insertions such as images and video can appear centered, right justified, left justified, and extending to the margins of the page.


Please include an attribution for your images and graphics, as well as a caption when possible.


Citation lists should appear at the end of the piece.


    No Citations

    This pub does not have any citations to list.

A brief bio note can appear at the end of the document. Longer, more thorough biographical information and links to previously published work should be provided in the author’s PubPub profile.



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