Grapevine Committee

Scope:

The Grapevine/La Viña magazine is the literary voice of the alcoholic. It combines thought and experience, creating a forum for new ideas.

Grapevine/La Viña magazine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Written, illustrated, and read by Alcoholics.

Composition:

The Grapevine has been a part of AA since it was first published in June of 1944. Recovering alcoholics share their Experience, Strength and Hope on a variety of different topics. It is our meeting in print.

The Grapevine/La Viña magazine can become a lifeline to those members with mobility issues, in remote areas, those in correctional institutions, those overseas, hearing impaired, and newcomers. The Grapevine could become someone’s first contact with AA in any waiting room, perhaps at a Doctors office or Beauty Salon, Laundromat, or Marina.

The Grapevine publishes Books on various topics through compilations of stories and essays.
Language of the Heart, Volumes I & II
Best of the Grapevine I & II
I Am Responsible: The Hand of AA.
Selected Stories from the AA Grapevine.
In Our Own Words: Stories of Young AA’s in Recovery, One Big Tent, voice’s of Women In AA, the Beginners' Book Getting and Staying Sober in AA. and more.

The Grapevine/La Viña magazine does not receive group contributions, but is supported entirely through subscription sales and additional income derived from the sale of Grapevine/La Viña items.

Procedure:

Books and other Grapevine/La Viña items are available at your Local Intergroup, or online from the Grapevine website: aagrapevine.org.

Gv/Rl representatives encourage subscriptions in their home group, and assist at local and district functions & events.

If you are interested in having us display the Grapevine Information at your home group, special events, or committee events. Send email requests to: Grapevine@District6AA.org

*Gvr=Grapevine representative
*Rl= Representative La Viña

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