July 2011: Editor's Letter
From the July 2011 Grapevine Magazine
Annual Prison Issue
In a letter that he wrote in 1949, Bill W. said "Every AA has been, in a sense, a prisoner.” Each July, Grapevine publishes its prison issue, which shares stories from prisoners and former prisoners, who demonstrate through their stories that they are free emotionally, physically and spiritually, through their recovery.
Read a missive from a member confined for commiting murder during a relapse, who remembers when he was “too busy” for meetings in “Long Days Past.” In “The Message Inside,” another AA and former inmate returns to the last place he wants to be, in order... Login to read more
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