Sharine Taylor is an Afro-Jamaican Toronto-based creative, writer, editor and academic.
Her work has appeared on VICE Impact, Noisey, Gal Dem Zine, Pitchfork, VICE, LargeUp and more. She has also been been featured as a panelist on CBC's The Current. She is currently a contributor at Noisey and is on the final leg of pursuing an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in the humanities, majoring in media studies with a double-minor in sociology and and socio-cultural anthropology.
With a body of academic research and freelance work centred around intersectional analyses of Jamaica's cultural production, identity, (mis)representations of Black and Afro-Caribbean bodies and diaspora, ensuring her work applies an anti-colonial, anti-oppressive and anti-racist framework.