Let Literature Carry the Message, Too.
Today, as in the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous, the A.A. message of recovery from alcoholism is carried by one alcoholic taking 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. — Taken from the A.A. Guidelines on Literature from N.Y.
A. Inform groups, Districts, and Area Assembly members—through displays and other suitable methods—of all available Conference-approved literature, audiovisual material and other special items.
B. Encourage A.A. members to read and purchase A.A. Conference-approved literature.
C. Develop, revise, translate and publish Mid-Southern California Area Literature that the Literature Committee is responsible for in order to strengthen A.A. as a whole and carry the A.A. message the best way possible in our own particular Area. Other M.S.C.A. standing committees have the same responsibility for their own literature.
D. The Literature Committee provides review and editing services when requested from other Committee’s for their literature.