CoDA Literature Committee

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Subject: CoDA Literature Committee
Date: February 18th 2017

CoDA Literature Committee (CLC)


The CoDA Literature Committee encourages and facilitates the creation of new literature written by and for members of the Fellowship of Co-Dependents Anonymous.

Writing for CoDA is a wonderful way to "carry the message," as expressed in Step Twelve. The CLC welcomes participation from any interested CoDA member. We invite submissions from individuals and from groups.

Our current projects include: “Traditionally Speaking” Sharing by members about using the Traditions in all aspects of our lives, including relationships with family, friends, & co- workers.

 “Recovery Stories” We want new recovery stories! Share your personal experience and characteristics being a codependent, the strength you gained by attending meetings & using CoDA’s recovery tools, and the hope in your new life, as a result of living the program of Co-Dependents Anonymous.

The Literature Committee meets monthly by telephone conference call.

To find out how to participate, please contact us:

 The CLC requires writers to sign an Assignment of Copyright form. Please contact us for the form and further information:


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