Use quotation marks to set off the title of a short written work or parts of a longer work.
Short works include short stories, chapters from a book, one-act plays, short poems, essays, songs, and articles.
Parts of a longer work include episodes in a series, songs, parts of a longer music composition, or an item named as part of a collection.
"The Highwayman" (poem)
"The Star-Spangled Banner" (song)
"The Dead" by James Joyce (short story)
"Dan Quayle Was Right" (article)
"The Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy" (part of longer work)
See also Titles with Italics.