Newly reprinted editions of the original 1951 and 1971 Grapevines published in honor of Dr. Bob and Bill W. upon their deaths.
Five familiar slogans, reproduced from the versions that first appeared in the Grapevine in late 1956 and early 1957.
The Serenity Prayer often appeared in early Grapevines and has been a regular part of the magazine's format since July 1967.
Are you looking for the AA Preamble? The AA Preamble was composed by an editor of Grapevine and introduced in the June 1947 issue.
Are you looking for a Grapevine Wall Calendar? Full-color photographs taken by our readers, accompanied by brief quotes selected from Grapevine articles.
Are you looking for 2022 Pocket Planner? The 2022 Pocket Planner features a month-at-a-glance spread and quotations from the AA Calendar.
The AA Grapevine Traditions Checklist is a thought-provoking way to relate sobriety to the working principles of the Traditions.
Capturing the rich colors of the original, this is a newly restored reproduction of the popular oil painting.
This is an exact reproduction of the June 1944 Grapevine, the first issue of the magazine, with the flavor of early AA.
This colorful poster celebrates the Grapevine's 60th anniversary and reminds us of what our primary purpose is today.
Vol. 1 of the Classic Grapevine includes What Is Acceptance?, Those Stupid Slogans!, Slips And Human Nature, Sponsor Relationships, and more.
Vol. 2 of the Classic Grapevine includes The Language Of The Heart, The Two Phases of Sobriety, Positively Negative, What - No Work?, and more.