Who we are
Ezra Magazine interviews people who create. We aim to delve into their minds to understand the processes of creativity, problem solving, mindsets and dealing with difficult decisions. Originally the magazine started out as an arts and culture magazine, and though we are still focused around creativity, interviewing is our sole purpose now.
This unique approach to interviewing creators has been a long time in the making for us. The idea has sort of always been there but we never really focused on it as the sole purpose of the magazine. However, in 2016 we went through a re-branding to focus on what really matters to us and we think it is a much better approach.
Currently this website is non-profit and always has been. The advertisements you see on the website are to keep this blog running so thank you for supporting us and please if you can, do not use an ad-blocker. Our costs to run Ezra Magazine include the purchase of the domain, hosting and website management costs including themes. I man the website and have dedicated hundred of hours due to the sheer enjoyment of running the blog.
Tanysha Bolger is the editor and founder of Ezra Magazine which began in 2012. She has a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of South Australia, majoring in News Writing and sub-majoring in International Relations. She also recently graduated with a Masters of Teaching. She’s extremely happy that Australia VOTED YES in the same-sex marriage survey and wishes that parliament would hurry up and pass the bill.
Finalist in the South Australian Young Achiever Awards 2014.