How to enter both author and editor?

I’m sure there’s a simple answer, but I can’t find it.  Using any of the standard publication types that come with Endnote, how do I enter a book with both an author and an editor (put another way: Author, Title (edited by editor)…  Or do I need to create a custom publication type?  (Typically I’m using APA style, but it’s more the entry form I’m interested in.)  Thanks.

I take it you are not talking about a chapter in an edited book?  But maybe you could look at Book Chapter and see if it would work.  It has two titles though, the chapter title and the book the chapter is in, (and the editor who worked on the collection). 

Correct, I’m not talking about a chapter.  The “book section” template does let me capture all the relevant information.  Here’s the actual cite I’m working with:

Fritz Goro, On the Nature of Things: The Scientific Photography of Fritz Goro, edited by Thomas J. Goreau, Peter Goreau and Stefan Goreau (New York: Aperture, 1993).  The body of the book are the photos by Goro, with introductory text by the Goreau brothers (Goro’s grandsons).

A similar issue might be reissued volumes by famous authors.  For example:

Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, edited by Guy Cardwell and with an introduction by John Seelye (New York: Penguin Books, 2003). 

But even my university library displays this as: Mark Twain, John Seelye, and Guy Cardwell, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (New York: Penguin Books, 2003). 

(This particular Twain case might not be the best example, since Seelye and Cardwell have different roles.  But let’s imagine they’re both just editors.)

Maybe I just need to create a new template for this kind of situation. 

Thanks for any suggestions.


I will need to look at this when I am back in the office later this week.  Unless someone else wants to chime in?