Hunger Spring/Summer 21 Issue
- Kingsley Ben-Adir discusses his BAFTA-nominated role in history-making film One Night In Miami, working with Regina King, and his upcoming turn in the Marvel universe.
- Singer and rapper Stefflon Don discusses the prejudices faced by young mothers and making her way as a woman in rap.
- Actress Jodie Comer appears in conversation with long-time friend and co-star Stephen Graham to discuss their freshly wrapped project Help, imposter syndrome and making the leap from the small screen to the Hollywood silver screen.
- Designer Zandra Rhodes talks with close friend Hilary Alexander about her decades-spanning career in fashion and her unique creative process.
- Ahead of her appearance in Fast & The Furious 9, actress Nathalie Emmanuel speaks about life post-Game of Thrones, mental health and why Black Brits are thriving in Hollywood.
- Rising Birmingham rapper RoxXxan talks LGBTQIA+ acceptance in the music industry.
This year, HUNGER turns 10 and we’re ready to celebrate in style. For Spring/Summer 2021, we’re excited to announce the theme of HUNGER’s 20th issue: community. Documenting the power of people coming together – whether that’s in the name of a common cause, mutual aid and support, or a shared culture – the issue takes us from local communities in Liverpool to the stars advocating for the rights of global communities on the international stage.
To coincide with the issue pre-order date, we’re also announcing our first cover star: Pose actress MJ Rodriguez, who discusses the importance of trans representation, how ballroom culture shaped her and the biggest “full-circle moment” of her career to date.
To coincide with the issue pre-order date, we’re also announcing our second cover star,Jodie Turner-Smith, opens about her new role playing Henry VIII’s most famous wife, Anne Boleyn, the impact of Queen & Slim on her career and her first year of motherhood.