Lady Nicola Lawler with Meredith Coleman McGee 7pm central

Listen live Thur. 10.14.2021 – Sun. 10.17.2021 night 7pm to 8pm central – 8pm to 9pm eastern time to hear Lady Nicola Lawler with Meredith Coleman McGee on In The Nicky of Time, a Christian radio broadcast in Talladega, AL. https://sc1.visioninsidepossibilities.org/cp/widgets/player/single/?p=8006#

4 poetry gift set

4 poetry gift set

  1. Everlasting Love Poems by Rhemalyn Lewis Williams
  2. Southern Jewel: Elements Within by Ty A. PATTERSON
  3. Odyssey 2nd edition by Meredith Coleman McGee
  4. Tragedy, Yet, Triumphant by Loretha Wallace and Loretta Wallace Ellis
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/odyssey-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1117805635 2nd edition

6 book Gift set by Meredith Coleman McGee

  1. James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him by Meredith Coleman McGee
  2. Odyssey by Meredith Coleman McGee
  3. Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum by Meredith Coleman McGee
  4. Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol by Meredith Coleman McGee
  5. Nashida: Visits Mississippi’s Old Capitol Museum by Meredith Coleman McGee
  6. Married to Sin by Darlene Collier with Meredith Coleman McGee

South African book retailer list dozens of titles by Mississippi Author Meredith Coleman McGee

https://www.wantitall.co.za/meredith-coleman-mcgee/books/p2 – books by Meredith Coleman McGee listed in Wantitall’s website in Linbro Park, Gauteng, South Africa.

WHAT A BEAUTIFUL THING! South African book retailer list dozens of books and works by Meredith Coleman McGee

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My Picture Dictionary, a new release, was recently added to the list.

Order a book by Meredith Coleman McGee and crack one open!

New review of “Odyssey” 2nd edition

Meredith Coleman McGee’s writings challenge our democracy. One of the new poems in this edition “What of Life if Liberty is a Joke? hits multiple tiers of social justice issues. She condemns debtor’s prisons, unjustifiable police murders, community violence, and the conditions of poverty.

The line “Why is a patent so high?” reminds us that everyone doesn’t have equal access to opportunities.

She speaks with common wit. A line from one of her speeches declared, “Don’t let anybody fool you, it’s cool to be smart. Smart people get the good jobs…”

Another speech challenged the policies in her local library system. The article section reveals some of the happening in her hometown of Jackson, MS. Plus, there are several informative articles on her uncle, James Meredith, a college integration pioneer, in Chapter 4 “Something Written.”

McGee has something to say. She throws hard balls. This book is a good read.

Frances Mays

Sanford University Library adds Odyssey 2nd Edition by Meredith Coleman McGee to its library collection

https://searchworks.stanford.edu/catalog?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search_field=search&q=odyssey+meredith+coleman

BOOK
vi, 254 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Stanford Libraries