|Charlie Bishop Jr.’s new, “Veterans 2016 Calendar” and his new book, “Fire Flies, Drunks and God” is ready to purchase!
Charlie’s new “Veterans 2016 Calendar” has been completed and ready to purchase AND Charlie has made it possible for you to copy and sell the Calendar yourself!
Charlie’s New book, “Fire Flies, Drunks and God” is out for purchase. Charlie also wants you to know he has more material for sale from his web site.
Clicking on the link above will take you directly to Charlie Bishop Jr.’s Web site where you can view and purchase his new, “Veterans 2016 Calendar” and his new book, “Fire Flies, Drunks and God.” Also, check out all the items he has or you can continue to read further on this page and enter Charlie’s Web site at the bottom of this page.
Charlie has done some outstanding work for the recovery community over the years!
Great work Charlie! ~ Jim
Take a moment here to learn a little about Charlie Bishop, Jr., also known as, “The Bishop of Books.”
Charles Bishop, Jr.
The Bishop of Books is celebrating 34 years as a full-time Antiquarian Bookseller-Appraiser specializing in the Literature of Alcoholics Anonymous and Alcoholism.
He has published 11 books on A.A. and The History of Alcoholism as well as 13 annual AA History-Sobriety Calendars. He is co-author with Bill Pittman of To Be Continued…The Alcoholics Anonymous World Bibliography 1935-1994.
Bishop has appraised the libraries of Dr. Robert H. Smith, Co-Founder of A.A.; Ernest Kurtz, author of NOT-GOD: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous; Clarence Snyder, Cleveland A.A. founder; Dr. William Duncan Silkworth, who wrote “The Doctor’s Opinion” in the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book; The Hazelden Archives; as well as numerous private collections. His appraisals have never been questioned or challenged by the IRS, insurance companies, etc.
Bishop sold his private alcoholism library of 15,000 items to Brown University where it resides as The Chester Kirk Collection of Alcoholics Anonymous and Alcoholism.
He is a consultant for Brown University.
Bishop published the national annual Sobriety Calendar 1990-2000,2002 and 2009-2011.
Over the years Bishop has issued 50+ sale catalogs of Literature about Alcoholism and A.A. to his many Fellowship customers.
Bishop served as Area 73 Archivist for West Virginia A.A. for six years. His thousands of contacts with AA authors, historians, collectors, addiction treatment professionals, scholars, antiquarian booksellers and Fellowship members have aided his services.
Bishop serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Research, Education and Training on Addictions (IRETA) in Pittsburgh, Pa. He has presented the history of alcoholism and A.A. programs at Bethany College and West Va. Univ. Mining School, Gateway Center, Pa., and the Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio; as well as numerous AA events.
Charlie Bishop, Jr. is a 1960 B.A. Wheeling Jesuit University grad.
Contact Charlie at his email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Also read these Two articles written by Charlie, “The Bishop of Books”
“Spirituality versus Legalism in Alcoholics Anonymous” –by
“What Time Is A.A.?” –by the Bishop of Books