Fiona Dodwell

Fiona Dodwell is a freelance writer and author who has written for Made In Shoreditch Magazine and Music News, among other. She is passionate about music, books, animal rights and politics.


2 months ago

Poet without a home: Morrissey has been let down by the music industry

It seems inconceivable to his fans that Morrissey still has yet to find a label to work with on his upcoming record, Bonfire of Teenagers.

Fiona Dodwell
4 months ago

It's time to cancel cancel culture

It's almost as if, as a society, we don't know how to handle complicated things, we want every issue to be black and white, with no grey areas, and we want so desperately to be on the "right" side.

Fiona Dodwell
5 months ago

The lucrative business of royal scandals—and our unquenchable thirst

Our thirst for royal scandal is a lucrative business of which there are a number of beneficiaries, none more so than Prince Harry and the Dutchess of Sussex themselves.

Fiona Dodwell
6 months ago

How social media became the new judge and jury—the downside of #MeToo

MeToo has changed the landscape of what it means to stand accused in the public eye—and no record label, network or close associate wants to be in—or anywhere near—the firing line.

Fiona Dodwell
6 months ago

Clones and conformity: Why cancel culture keeps fans thankful for Morrissey

Morrissey has found himself slandered and targeted by mainstream publications who viscously criticise his words without even examining why he said them.

Fiona Dodwell
8 months ago

Morrissey reflects on 'the horror of 2020' after departure from BMG

BMG should surely be begging for Morrissey's hand for every future release he will produce. For there lies true diversity: committing, with loyalty, to an individual who thrives as completely himself in a sea of conformity.

Fiona Dodwell
9 months ago

Morrissey: How did the ultimate anti-establishment artist make it against all odds?

We have become acclimatized to safe public figures who brand themselves as a commodity like a soft drink, palatable at first but devoid of any substantial nourishment.

Fiona Dodwell
a year ago

Esther Krakue brings a new voice of reason with the uncomfortable truth

To speak up at a time when the Black Lives Matter movement was gaining huge momentum in the UK and US, Krakue certainly put her neck on the line to question the motives of those around her.

Fiona Dodwell
a year ago

Misunderstanding Morrissey: Sparks and the steady drip, drip, drip of slander

One wonders whether the vocal Morrissey detractors have delved much beyond the surface of NME's clickbait headlines and the lefty identity politics of formerly reputable publications like The Guardian.

Fiona Dodwell
a year ago

Seasons of suffering: China and the problem of animal exploitation

China's reputation precedes it as one rooted in cruelty against animals. Yet attitudes are slowly shifting amongst the population. Many are beginning to seek change.

Fiona Dodwell

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