raven ranson wrote:I'm looking for a style guide to help me learn consistency and accurate use of punctuation. The problem is, every discipline has a different style. Which one do I choose?
Here's what I already like and am hoping to find a guide that fits this style:
I like the Oxford comma. (list, list, list, and, list) I seek to use Canadian or British spelling and style. (the 11th of October, 1918 instead of October 11th, 1918) Which shows you I'm a bit old fashioned, but that's my idiom and I want to keep it that way.
There are probably some other things I really like, like not underlining titles of books. But I suspect these could change.
Anyone know of a style guide that would fit my predilections?
Trace Oswald wrote:
I like the Oxford comma too, but it doesn't go after the "and" :)
r ranson wrote: The problem is, every discipline has a different style. Which one do I choose?