An article about citing a newsletter in Chicago style typically begins with the following: “To cite a newsletter in Chicago style, use the following MLA format.” In general, all of the same rules that apply to citing newspapers, magazines, and journals apply to citing newsletters as well. However, there are a few exceptions.
When citing a newsletter article, you do not need to include the publication’s name or the date of publication. Instead, you can simply cite the title of the article or issue.
If you are citing an entire issue of a newsletter, you should include the issue number after the title. For example, “Smith (2010), “The Top Ten Tips for Swimming Safely at Your Local Pool”,” would be cited as: Smith 2010, The Top Ten Tips for Swimming Safely at Your Local Pool.