Alexandria Miller is a writer, historian, and headwrap connoisseur with Jamaican blood pumping through her veins. She crafts her lyrical prowess to illuminate the stories of people of color, with a particular focus on Black womanhood, pop culture, and reggae music. Formerly a 2017 intern with TBP, Alexandria currently serves as the US Editor of BASHY Magazine, a quarterly publication focused on art and culture of and on the Jamaican diaspora. She is an avid bibliophile, especially of Caribbean literature, and swears by castor oil and tea as the cure to all ailments. 


A graduate with distinction of Duke University with majors in History and African & African American Studies, Alexandria has presented her research at the University of the West Indies at Mona, amongst others. She hopes to continue her studies dissecting Caribbean women’s impact on the world using music as her medium. Alexandria is a steadfast warrior woman driven by the importance of cultural studies to uplift Black people everywhere.