This event has been cancelled. We are hoping to reschedule!
Join us for a book talk and signing with authors Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen on Saturday, March 28 at 4:00 PM.
Everyone has a story to tell. Sharing that story can change you, your community, or even the world. But how do you start? This inspirational guide invites readers to unlock their truth and share it, whether in a TED talk, a blog post, or a conversation with their loved ones. Storytelling coaches Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen reveal how to embrace the power of personal storytelling in a series of easy steps. Their practical and motivating advice fills this charming hardcover, which features a textured cover with glittering foil stamping, and colored paper printed with metallic ink on the interior. How Your Story Sets You Free is a meaningful gift and a powerful reminder that stories matter.
Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen are the founders of The Million Person Project. Since 2011, they have helped over 1,500 changemakers from 67 countries tell their stories. They live in San Francisco.
More About the Authors:
Heather Box graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 2003. She worked in Hillary Clinton’s Senate office before she got involved in grass roots political work at the League of Pissed Off Voters. She later worked for 350.org helping plan action events with international activists. She has written for Huffington Post, Source, Foreign Policy Focus, Ms. magazine, Stark and Smith magazine.
Julian Mocine-McQueen graduated from San Francisco State in 2007 and worked closely with Van Jones on the launch of Green For All, an organization that seeks to bring sustainable economic development to underserved areas that suffer from a lack of economic investment and, at times, severe pollution.