Mississippi author Meredith Coleman McGee presents the reader with a triple expression of literary form in ODYSSEY, a uniquely written, well researched work which produces a family of fiction and nonfiction writings under one cover. This edition of ODYSSEY includes three chapters of poems, a chapter of speeches, a chapter of newspaper and other articles, and the final chapter is a leadership study comparing the characteristics of small business leaders with prominent business figures Ray Kroc, Sam Walton, and Dave Thomas.
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About the Author
Meredith Coleman McGee writes honestly about pain, human frailty, and difficult social issues, yet her poems reflect a tenacious, sometimes surprising, hope in the possibility of transformation, healing, and wholeness. As she both celebrates and laments our rich, but often troubled, collective and individual heritages, she reminds us that our journeys continue, and our striving for better things must never cease.
Author, Urban Verses
Coauthor, Stepping out From the Shadows
Meredith's verse is a strong and edgy look at the everyday issues of life--from family ties to political lies--helping us see ourselves more clearly through her lens. Is it any wonder? Her uncle is famed Civil Rights icon James Meredith.
Jeanetta Britt, Award-winning author