Meredith Coleman McGee, Acquisition Editor/Publisher

mcm-book-brochureMeredith Coleman McGee is the author of four books: Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, a children’s book (Meredith Etc 6/05/16); Odyssey (Meredith Etc 10/25/13), a collection of her poems and other writings, James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him (Praeger Publishing 03/21/13), a biography of her uncle, Civil Rights icon, James H. Meredith, and the co-author of Married to Sin (Mose Dantzler Press 01/06/13) and Casada al Pecado Spanish edition (05/02/2014), a memoir about Darlene D. Collier.

Her poetry is published in several anthologies: Virtues from the heart and Timeless Voices. She is the lead author for My 1 to 5 Activity Book Vol 1 and My A to G Activity Book Vol. 2 both of the My First Book Series affiliated with the Community Library Initiative of Jackson, MS

McGee was born in Los Angeles, California, and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She is a professional writer for Typing Solutions Résumés & Etc www.typingsolutions.biz, and a contributing writer for the Jackson Advocate http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com. McGee is the publisher and acquisition editor of Meredith Etc, a small press www.meredithetc.com, and the blog administrator of www.shopheirs.com. She was previously the acquisition editor at Mose Dantzler Press www.mosedpress.com, a community organizer for Southern Echo, a business developer for the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives, the assistant director of development at Voice of Calvary Ministries, paralegal, and a convenience store owner.

She founded Heirs United Investment Club, and is the financial partner. McGee is a member of Clinton Ink-Slingers, and the Mississippi Writer’s Guild (Madison Chapter); she has been a rural fellow with the Rural Development Leadership Network since 1998. She serves on the board of a Coalition for a Prosperous Mississippi. She holds a bachelors degree in Legal Administration from the University of West Florida, and a masters degree in Rural Community Development and Public Policy from Antioch University Midwest.

Social media, contact information, and links:

Tweets @meredithetc Twitter

meredithcmcgee@gmail.com Email

LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/meredith-mcgee/4/a8b/76a

https://www.facebook.com/typingsolutions Typing Solutions Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/pages/James-Meredith-Warrior-and-the-America-that-created-him/464419220236233 James Meredith Book Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/Meredithetc Meredith Etc Facebook page

google.com/+MeredithCMcGeeAUTHOR Google Plus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPC5Pd6MArk Meredith C. McGee on the Lady Walker Show Utube Video

https://www.facebook.com/WestFL/photos/a.10152476682108787.1073741834.48358653786/10153259442883787/?type=3&theater UWF Featured Article

http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/local/john-a-torres/2015/09/28/torres-civil-rights-icon-keeps-walking-jamesmeredith/72974892/ Florida Today Featured Article

User-Meredith Coleman McGeeMeredith Coleman McGee wikipedia article on Meredith Coleman

Ware, Alexis. Jacksonian Meredith McGee. (Jan 4-10, 2017) Jackson Free Press, 3. http://www.jacksonfreepress.com/news/2017/jan/04/meredith-mcgee/

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Meredith Coleman McGee Photo by Imani Khayyam, Jackson Free Press
International Civil Rights Center & Museum
International Civil Rights Center & Museum
Meredith C. McGee displaying hardback & leather bound books
Meredith C. McGee displaying hardback & leather bound books

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29 thoughts on “Meredith Coleman McGee, Acquisition Editor/Publisher

  1. McGee, Meredith. C. “Working to form a more perfect union: Honoring women in public service and government,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Jackson Advocate Woman of the Year 2016. Hinds County Chancery Clerk Eddie Jean Carr,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3A. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18675

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Rep. Alyce G. Clarke: A lifetime of valient service to the people of Hinds County,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3B. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18677

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Sen. Barbara Blackmon: A powerhouse in the Mississippi Legislature, community,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3C. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18679

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Shelia Harwell Byrd: The person ‘in the know’ at the City of Jackson,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 4B. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18683

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Dr. Bendalonne Thompson-Griffith: Giving her all to the cause of justice,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 5A. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18687

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Making a difference in the lives of her citizens: Mayor Linda Short, Mayersville, Mississippi,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 5B. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18689

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Dr. Resia Thompston: A resourceful partner for women in public service, government,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 8A. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18701

    McGee, Meredith. C. “Mississippi native Virgie Banks is now a Memphis Jewel as president of the Shelby County Democratic women,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 13A. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/?pIds=18731

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