There are several different styles for how to organize a
bibliography-- one is called MLA and the other is called APA. There
are very good online help pages to show you how to use each of
these styles. But the thing to remember is that a bibliography goes
at the end of your paper or report. It contains a list of the
books, magazine and newspaper articles, journal articles, and
online articles that you used for reference. The list of sources is
in alphabetical order by the last name of the author. If there is
no author given, then it's alphabetized by the first word in the
title. For example, in MLA style, here are several entries:
"Lung Cancer Stills Voice of Singer Nat King Cole." Dallas Morning News, February 16, 1965, p. 12.
Pareles, John. "Natalie Cole, Unforgettable Voice, Dies at 65." New York Times, January 1, 2016, p. B6.