CoDA: Storygatherers Book Project

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Subject: CoDA: Storygatherers Book Project
Date: June 22nd 2017

The contents of this email are from the CoDA Literatuer Committee,




The Literature Committee

Our stories are part of our recovery, as is sharing those stories. We learn from and support each other through the verbal and written sharing of our experience, strength, and hope. Our written stories are so important! CoDA literature is a reflection of the history and legacy of the program.

In order to keep our conference-endorsed literature inclusive and fresh, the CoDA Literature Committee is requesting members of our fellowship submit their written stories for possible use in various pieces of literature. Your unique and specific perspective is just what we need! We’re seeking diversity to widen the universe of our recovery community.

What was your life like before program? How did you find and work the program? What is your life like now, and what do you expect from the future? Wherever you are, whatever you do, your story is worth telling.

This invitation to share is open to anyone in program. We thank you for sharing!

Details and instructions can be found on the CoDA website at . Questions, ideas, and submissions can be sent to


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