July 2013: Letter from the Editor
Getting and staying sober in prison can be tough, especially since many institutions don’t have AA meetings. This is where Grapevine can be especially helpful. Each year at this time, we dedicate our issue to alcoholics in prisons and jails. This month, we feature hopeful stories of AA behind the walls.
In the story “A Few Cloudy Days,” a man serving a long prison term for killing someone at a party while drunk when he was 16, shares how he doesn’t have AA meetings in his unit, but stays sober and hopeful reading AA correspondence letters and Grapevine magazine. A... Login to read more
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