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Welcome to the new website

Beginning September 1st the Office will return to regular office hours.

October Special
New From Grapevine
This collection of Grapevine stories
shows the many ways members use the
Twelve Steps, sponsorship, and the
tools of the program to improve and
repair relationships, old and new.

on sale for $9
Upcoming Events
Go to Calendar for full Event details
Southwest Regional Forum
Starts: October 9, 2015
Central Office Delegates Meeting
Starts: October 11, 2015
North Kansas City 66th Anniversary
Starts: October 11, 2015
Missouri District 3
Starts: October 11, 2015

Call for Stories

General Service Office (GSO) has sent out a request to begin gathering stories from our Fellowship on three projects resulting from the 2015 65th General Service Conference Advisory Actions on Literature. These include the revisions and updating of the "A.A. for the Woman" pamphlet including stories from women in the military, single mothers, and women of diverse backgrounds, and "A.A. for the Gay and Lesbian Alcoholic" seeking stories from A.A. members who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, or gender nonconforming, especially regarding being a newcomer and sponsorship. And a call for stories of wide A.A. recovery experience from members with mental health issues and from those who sponsor such members.

In 2014, the trustees' Literature committee requested that, whenever gathering sharing consideration be given to stories from disabled veterans and from non-believers.

Manuscripts should be from 500-800 words, double spaced, in 12-point font. Please include your complete name, address and email/phone information. The anonymity of all authors will be observed, whether or not their story is selected for publication. Please email your sharing to: Literature@aa.org and put "AA for the Woman", or "AA and the Gay/Lesbian Alcoholic", or "the alcoholic with mental health issues" in the subject line of the message. Or you may mail it to the Literature Coordinator, General Service Office, Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163. The deadline for submissions is October 15, 2015.