Robyn McGee

Robyn McGee is the author of Hungry for More: A Keeping-it-real Guide for Black Women on Weight and Body Image available at local bookstores and Robyn inherited her love of literature from her mother, Orelda, an immigrant from Costa Rica and retired librarian, and her yearning to see and understand the globe from her father William, a retired U.S. Naval Chief Petty Officer.

The fifth of seven children, Robyn has a BA degree in Journalism and an M.A. degree in Humanities. In 2004, McGee was given the coveted “Woman of Distinction” award and has had articles published in Seventeen Magazine, The Black World Today, Hearst Publications and the Fireweed feminist journal.

Robyn currently works as the Director of Women’s Resources at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and she frequently writes and lectures on women’s issues and popular culture.  Robyn also does regular fundraising for organizations benefiting women and children with AIDS, diabetes, breast cancer, rape and domestic violence prevention.  Partial proceeds from Hungry for More will be donated to the American Heart Association.  Robyn lives with her daughter in Southern California. You can get more information about Ms. McGee at her website:

You can contact Robyn via e-mail at or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.

Works on TimBookTu by Robyn McGee


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