Posted on February 5, 2013February 19, 2017 by Robert RadfordFootnote for a Foreword F.A.Q. #17 There is a foreword to the book I would like to quote from. The foreword is by Keith Thomas and after his name it says “General Editor Past Masters”. Could you please tell me how to reference this foreword in a footnote? Version française | English version | Multilingual PrintFacebookGoogleTwitterMorePocketLinkedInSkypeEmail Related Footnotes / Endnotes F.A.Q.Citing a Book Written by Numerous Authors Citing the Back Cover of a Book Endnotes' Procedure and Number of References Footnote for a Foreword Footnote Regarding an Expert Author's Paragraph Footnotes and Copyright Protected Documents Footnotes and Direct References Footnotes and Official Letters Footnotes and Punctuation Marks Footnoting a Citation from a Translated Book Numbering and Continuation of Footnotes Positioning of the Number Proper Reference for the Transcription of a Conference Proper Use of the Ibid. Terminology Quoting a Book's Section Written by a Single Author Quoting from a Dictionary Quoting from a Website Reference for a Scholar's Lecture Reference for an Essay Published in a Book with Many Authors Referencing Photos and Pictures Two Footnotes in a Single Sentence Using a Source More Than Once Featuring Top 22/22 of Footnotes / Endnotes F.A.Q.