Question marks in titles of work
When using an introductory clause with a title of a work that has a question mark, where do you put the comma? Inside or outside of the quotation marks?
In his article "What Is Right with This Picture?," Mike Stracco examines the enthusiasm students have during his summer photography/writing course.
Since you are referencing a work, the comma goes outside the quotations. If it wasn't a title, but just some paraphrased quote or something, it would stay inside the quotation marks. Also, put a comma before "What", because it dictates a pause, as without the title, it would go straight to the author's name.
In his article, "What is Right with This Picture?", Mike Stracco examines the enthusiasm students have during his summer photography/writing course.
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