What is it?
The Quarry Project Style Guide is an effort to establish consistent style for US Masonic writers and publishers—of periodicals, books, and websites. The guide gives direction on source citation, spelling, punctuation, capitalization, numbers, abbreviations, quotations, tables, figures, and format.
This guide is based on “Chicago style,” as presented in Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 8th ed. Users of the Quarry Project Style Guide also need a copy of that book. (Be sure not to use Turabian’s lower-level book, Student’s Guide to Writing College Papers.)
How can I get it?
Download it here: Quarry Project Style Guide
Who’s using it?
The following periodicals, book publishers, and other organizations have adopted the guide. Some have issued their own supplements. When you write for a specific publisher, be sure to use its supplement, if any. This list will be updated often.
|The Journal of the Masonic Society||In Progress|
|Scottish Rite Journal||In Progress|
|Knight Templar Magazine||In Progress|
|Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply|
|Cornerstone Book Publishers|
|Lodge of Research of New Mexico||In Progress|
|Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research U.D., Grand Lodge of Indiana|
|Collegivm Lvminosvm, Rhode Island Lodge of Research|
|Maine Lodge of Research|
|Pennsylvania Lodge of Research|
How can I ask questions or make comments? How can my organization adopt the guide?
Please forward all inquiries regarding the style guide to email@example.com.