Today, as in the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous, the A.A. message of recovery from alcoholism is carried by one alcoholic talking to another. However, since the publication of the first edition of the Big Book in 1939, literature has played an important role in spreading the A.A. message and imparting information about the A.A. Twelve Step program of recovery.

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See A.A.® Guidelines Literature Committees

  • Inform groups, district, or area assembly members, through displays and other suitable methods, of all available Conference-approved literature, audiovisual material, and other special items.


  • Encourage A.A. members to read and purchase A.A. literature from their local Intergroup/Central office or the AAWS Online Bookstore.


  • Consider suggestions regarding proposed additions to and changes in Conference-approved literature and audiovisual material.


  • Provide literature for groups, area, and district functions (during the pandemic we provide information about and access to web-based and digital literature).


  • Become familiar with the information on G.S.O.’s A.A. website (

Click here to start reading or listening to the Big Book and Twelve and Twelve.
Click here for a list of all pamphlets. You can read each pamphlet online.
Click here for an online digital catalog of Conference-approved literature.

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Does Your Group Have a Literature Representative? If you are interested, please read the following: The A.A. Group, pg 23 and Box 459

Email Us: if you are interested in becoming a member of the Literature Committee or are interested in more information about what we do. The committee is currently meeting on Zoom at 9:30 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month.