Literature – A.A.W.S. and Grapevine

Monthly Grapevine News:

The June Issue of Grapevine Is Here! This month’s Featured Section is “Dating & Relationships.” AA members share stories of experience and hope about how they have learned to form true partnerships in sobriety. Also included are powerful stories of hope by members during the current COVID-19 crisis. To view the Table of Contents, click here.
Subscribers download the complete recorded version here. Read the June. Grapevine News. Learn What’s New Each Month! Click here.

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If a great caption springs to mind when you look at this picture –  Click here to see picture, submit it for possible publication on our humor page. Or just vote for your favorite caption!

Share Your Story With Us.
 We are always looking for stories on special topics as well as for departments such as Emotional Sobriety, Sponsorship, Newcomers, Youth Enjoying Sobriety, Old-Timers and Home Group, and the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
Learn more: Submission guidelines and editorial calendar

Grapevine and La Viña will Celebrate Founders’ Day with Free Access from May 26 through June 10!
On June 10, 1935, Dr. Bob had his last drink and that day marks the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous. Since so many meetings are still closed, and groups have limited ability to celebrate our founding, Grapevine and La Viña will help mark this important date by giving everyone free access to our websites for two weeks.To learn more click here!

2 New Books Available!
Free on the Inside: Stories of AA Recovery in Prison. 
Women in AA (Spanish-language).
To learn more please click here!
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A.A.W.S. Literature:

Information about new literature releases

Living Sober is Now an Audio Book! Listen for free here

New Box 4-5-9 Published. This issue reports on some recent A.A. events: the annual IGCOAA Seminar, focusing on the important work of intergroups and central offices across the U.S. and Canada, and the 75th anniversary of A.A. in Australia.

New Sharing from Behind the Walls published. This newsletter is published quarterly by the Corrections Desk at the General Service Office and contains excerpts from inmate letters sent to G.S.O. and reprinted with the inmates’ permission. It is intended for widespread distribution to inmates involved in A.A. in correctional facilities. Past Issues Available