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If you have read my husbandâ€s book, Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous, you may

think as I did, that you have a good understanding of that history. And you would be wrong. Writing

the Big Book zeroes in on the first five years in a way that no other history of A.A. has captured.

And these years were critical. Like a good suspense novel, this book captures the day to day

struggles these few intrepid men encountered over those years – in the heart of the great

depression…. How does a bunch of homeless alcoholics start a worldwide movement?

Schabergâ€s book tells us how they did it, tiny step by tiny step.―Linda Farris Kurtz,

Professor Emerita, Eastern Michigan University, Author of Recovery GroupsWriting the Big

Book is the most important work on the history of A.A. since Ernie Kurtzâ€s Not-God. Finally, we

have a resource that draws upon decades of recent research to separate fact from myth regarding

the origin of Alcoholics Anonymous.―William L. White, author of Slaying the Dragon

This is a book that A.A. historians will want to read and reference from now on . . . the product of

incredibly detailed research in the archives at the central A.A. office in New York City and at

Stepping Stones in Bedford Hills, New York, along with Lois Wilsonâ€s diary, and a host of other

primary sources.―Glenn F. Chesnut, Emeritus Professor of History, Indiana University

South BendWriting the Big Book details the chapter-by-chapter authoring of Alcoholics

Anonymous and provides a revealing anthology of its primary contributors . . . .The revelations

about Hank Parkhurstâ€s role in particular cast a welcome and inclusive light on his critical

importance, as he is shown to be a true unsung hero.―Arthur S., A.A. historian from of

Arlington, TXSchabergâ€s in-depth research and masterful presentation of previously

unpublished facts about A.A.â€s early history makes for an explosive package . . . Far from

presenting a dry historical record, Writing the Big Book is lively, fascinating, compelling, and

insightful―more like a thriller than a documentary.―Jay Stinnett, A.A. historianWriting the Big

Book is an invaluable contribution to Alcoholics Anonymous and its membership. Relying on

outstanding research and thoroughness, Schaberg shapes a coherent story out of a vast trove of

archival material―and reveals that the Big Book, far from being simply, divinely inspired, was the

work of perfectly flawed human beings, living and striving under great stress and difficulty.―

Kevin Hanlon, co-creator of the documentary Bill W.Writing the Big Book surprises in how well

it defines and demonstrates the condition of alcoholism, while so clearly rendering portraits of its

interesting cast of characters. I came away with a much better understanding of what some of my

dearest friends and family struggle with as alcoholics, along with a deep appreciation for the work


that went into the creation of A.A.―David Stickney, contr

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