For several months, the editor of Silkworth.net has been contacting me and many others who research, publish, speak about, and report on the work of Alcoholics Anonymous history and provide a modicum of humility, good writing, and enormous chunks of Alcoholics Anonymous historical books, papers, and facts.
We will not identify the man further for anonymity and privacy reasons. But we will be glad to pass your name, email, phone, and other data along to him. I know him to be a man of strong faith an fidelity to the cause of helping the still suffering alcoholic and addict. His prayers for peace, comfort, healing, and strength can certainly be joined with yours.
My own 28 years of research and publishing have caused the aabibliography site to carry the ongoing work of a wide variety of diverse writings about A.A.'s roots, books, articles, and libraries. The man hailed from Oklahoma. He listed the works of new thought writers, Roman Catholic writers, academics, agnostics, atheists, treatment leaders, and men and women of faith.
Thank you, Dick B. 808 874 4876, dickb