About Meredith Etc., a small press

meredith etc logoMeredith Etc is a small press which was established in February of 2013. The company publishes memoirs, autobiographies, biographies, books of poetry, short story anthologies, historical fiction, novellas, mystery novels. Other genres are considered on a case by case basis.

Meredith Coleman McGee is the acquisition editor and the publisher. McGee was formerly the acquisition editor of Mose Dantzler Press which published Married to Sina memoir which McGee co-authored with Darlene D. Collier, and Casada al Pecado, the Spanish translation of Married to Sin.

Meredith Etc’s first publications included Odyssey, a collection of poems and other writings by Meredith Coleman McGee and Reverse Guilty Plea, a novella by William Trest, Jr. November 25, 2013. Starkishia: Estrella, a memoir by Starkishia was published May 18, 2014, and Southern Jewel: The Elements Within, poetry by Ty A. Patterson was released August 15, 2014. Social Justice and Christianity by Rev. Louis Hathorn was released in August of 2015, and Saving the Manatees by JaNiya Williams was published October 12, 2015

My Brother Bo: Addicted in Paradise a biography by Richard Hulse, and Everlasting Love Poems by Rhemalyn Lewis, a collection of poetry was released in the winter of 2016.

Meredith Etc brochure JPEGA murder mystery Death by Association Vol. 1 Retaliation and Vol. 2 Deception by Anthony Ellis, a memoir Mary’s Story & Song by Mary Haralson Coleman with Starkishia, a children’s book, Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum and illustrated poems and prose Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant were released in  2016.

Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant was the company’s 12th title.


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1 Comment

  1. Seven year old Nashida narrates this story. She tells readers what she sees as she and her parents walk through the Smith Robertson Museum which was the former school of the famous writer Richard Wright. Her parents are admirable. Her mother reads books to her which increases her intellect. Nashida was taught how to write her name in cursive at home. Her parents take her to her local museum to feed her curiosity about her culture and history. Everyone can learn something from Nashida. This is a book for the entire family to read together.

    Book reviewer

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