Meredith Coleman McGee is the author of five books: Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol, a children’s book, Meredith Etc 08/17/17); Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, (Meredith Etc 06/05/16); Odyssey (Meredith Etc 10/25/13, 2nd Edition 07/02/18), 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
Meredith Coleman 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/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, a 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.
NEW: https://www.amazon.com/Odyssey-Meredith-Coleman-McGee/dp/099932263X/ Odyssey 2nd Edition 2018 Hardback $21.00 eBook $2.99 paperback $11.99
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Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol – 2017 softcover https://www.amazon.com/dp/1974651045/ $9.99
Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum – hardback http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nashida-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1124658312?ean=9781538001097 $13.99
Odyssey https://www.createspace.com/4382369 softcover $10.02
Married to Sin https://www.amazon.com/dp/1482576090/ softcover $9.99
James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him (biography) Publisher: Praeger – ABC-CLIO $48.00 http://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=A3560C
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Casada al Pecado https://www.createspace.com/4396118 Spanish edition of Married to Sin $9.99
Community Library Initiative of Jackson, Mississippi fundraising books:
My 1 to 5 Activity Book (ages 3-5) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071R3BN7/ ebook $1.99
My A to G Activity Book (ages 3-5) https://www.createspace.com/7169660 softcover $5.99
Articles & YouTube links:
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 – Meredith Coleman McGee
User-Meredith_Coleman_McGeeMeredith_Coleman_McGee (5) 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/
McGee, M.C. Monroes Donuts and Bakery opens 5th Location in Jackson, (April 30 – May 6, 2015). Jackson Advocate, 1B. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive_15_may_2015/?pIds=14465