From an article by Beverly James for GPC’s In the Loop:
The Chattahoochee Review, Georgia Perimeter College’s literary magazine, is now available at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.
According to the magazine’s editor, Anna Schachner, a request came from the current U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Tretheway for copies of The Chattahoochee Review to feature in her office at the Library of Congress. “It is one of her favorite literary journals, and Natasha wanted copies to distribute to guests that she receives in her office,” Schachner explains. Tretheway is a resident of Decatur and has been a long-time supporter of Georgia Perimeter’s literary endeavors.
“Having our journal in the Library of Congress is an honor–and a milestone–for The Chattahoochee Review,” said Schachner. “Our editorial staff is so excited and proud to see our journal getting out there in the world and gathering accolades along the way. The Review is indeed growing and growing.”
The Chattahoochee Review has appeared regularly since 1981 and has expanded its focus to include both international readers and writers.