I write about pop music, film and fandom with a focus on feminist/queer readings, the politics of desire, and experiential writing. I have written for publications including Little White Lies, Dazed and The Drouth, and have contributed essays to a number of zines and exhibition catalogues.

Since 2017, I have been a regular contributor to The Line of Best Fit, mainly writing album reviews, with forays into track reviews and features. You can find all my bylines for the site here.

I am also a staff writer at pop review site The Singles Jukebox, and a full list of my reviews can be found here.

If you are interested in commissioning me for your publication or site, please get in touch at clairebiddles@hotmail.co.uk


Some highlights of my music & fandom writing:

A celebration of Ariana Grande’s “Into You” / Maxopedia, January 2018

25 years of R.E.M.’s Automatic for the People / The Line of Best Fit, November 2017

A look back at Dead Man’s Bones’ self-titled debut / Dazed, October 2017

Call Me By Your Name: a queer literary phenomenon / Little White Lies, October 2017

Who cares what male rock critics think of Harry Styles? / The Line of Best Fit, May 2017

On collective lust and female fandom / Fuck What You Love zine, June 2016

Falling in love/lust with The 1975 in Glasgow / Witchsong, March 2016

A week of essays on Years & Years / One Week One Band, November 2015