- Marina Koslow Davis
We also discuss Waterston’s contributions as an advocate of the literary arts: She was the founder and executive director of “The Nature of Words,” which brought nationally recognized writers to Bend for workshops and gatherings. Finally, we discuss how the constraints of COVID may have helped some creative people woodshed their work and as well as how agism impacts society and individuals moving into the twilight of their lives.
Listen to more from Ellen Waterston on this week's episode of “Bend Don't Break,” hosted by the Source Weekly’s publisher Aaron Switzer and co-hosted by Laurel Brauns. Every week, we feature a guest from the community with a new perspective on living through the COVID-19 pandemic including mental health professionals, economists, educators, artists, business people, local leaders and historians.
Ellen Waterston’s TEDxBend Talk
The Writing Ranch
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