featuring josé olivarez,
snail mail + more.
/ hop along
“we want to be experienced, and yet there is a terror in leaving childhood.”
/ fatimah asghar
"I want to build active solidarity for persons of color. How do I should up for other groups of color? How do I constantly want to learn and be in solidarity with other people? I am pro people of color telling their own stories."
/ jaboukie young-white
"I don't think I'm moreso a political person as I am an intentional person and I just try to stay aware of actions having implications. People brand it as 'political', but I don't think necessarily that I'm more political than the next person, I just try to approach my decisions with self-awareness."
/ japanese breakfast
"create these challenges for yourself that are very small, that help you survive."
"don't be afraid to be curious."
/ nnamdi ogbonnaya
"I want to convey to people to do the most good whenever you can, wherever you can, however you can."
/ november 2016
this issue features interviews + features on pwr bttm*, sam bailey - director + producer of the web series brown girls, volumes bookcafe, bianca xunise, the women of VAM, post-election guide to healing & activism + more.
CW: *In November of 2016 we released an issue with the cover and feature on PWR BTTM, who in the past year had become a safe space for a lot of the queer community. In May of 2017, allegations were brought to light regarding sexual abuse and antisemitism involving band member Ben Hopkins - it is crucial for us to be vocal about this and say that at Hooligan, there is no space in our community for abusers and those who may use their power to take advantage of safe spaces. Hooligan is a safe space. We fight to maintain and organize a community that supports + promotes healing, and we continue to stand with survivors.
julien baker /
"you can choose to say nothing at all and promote passivity and negativity, or you can choose to actively promote goodness."
/ webster x
"yes, we're looking at ourselves and we're the reflection of you, you know, you are the listener, you are the audience."
jasmine barber /
"find your voice and don't be afraid of how it sounds because the folks whom your work was made for will hear it and enjoy it. choose very wisely in who you trust to edit your work. get a mentor who really cares about your development. fill up the room."