New York Times bestselling author Anne Lamott will interview Mark Yaconelli, author of Between the Listening and the Telling: How Stories Can Save Us, about the way storytelling can heal our families, our communities, and ourselves. This conversation is for anyone who wants to learn how our personal stories can become a medicine and source of hope within a time of increasing anxiety and despair.
Anne Lamott is the New York Times-bestselling author of Dusk, Night, Dawn; Almost Everything; Hallelujah Anyway; Small Victories; Stitches; Help, Thanks, Wow; Some Assembly Required; Grace (Eventually); Plan B; and Traveling Mercies, as well as several novels. A past recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an inductee to the California Hall of Fame, she lives in Northern California.
Mark Yaconelli is the founder and director of The Hearth nonprofit. Mark has served communities across the United States and United Kingdom to bridge divisions, heal trauma, shed light on injustice, and recover hope. Profiles of Mark’s work have appeared in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, BBC Radio, and ABC World News Tonight. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.
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