Question: How Do I Get My Work Into The Library of Congress?
Copies of works deposited for copyright registration
or in fulfillment of the mandatory deposit
requirement are available to the Library of Congress for its collections. The Library reserves the right to select or reject any published work for its permanent collections based on the research needs of Congress, the nation's scholars, and of the nation's libraries.
What Is A Library of Congress Number?
The Library of Congress Card Catalog Number is assigned by the Library at its discretion to assist librarians in acquiring and cataloging works.
What Is An ISBN Number?
The International Standard Book Number or ISBN is administered by the R. R. Bowker Company 877-310-7333. The ISBN is a numerical identifier intended to assist the international community in identifying and ordering certain publications.