Victor Kennedy

Martin Victor Kennedy (1895–1952), known widely as Victor Kennedy, was an author, journalist and significant figure in Australian literature. Born in Eaglehawk near Bendigo on 11 August 1895 to Martin William and Mary Jane Kennedy (). Kennedy was a journalist for the ''Shepparton Advertiser'', after which he wrote for the ''Geraldton Guardian'' before becoming editor at the ''Geraldton Express''. He later moved to Queensland from 1926 to 1942 where he founded the literary periodical ''Northern Affairs''. A member of the ''Bread and Cheese Club'', he was also president of the Australian Literature Society and Associate General Editor of the Jindyworobak Club. He started a biography of Bernard O'Dowd, unfinished at his death but completed by writer Nettie Palmer. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 4 results of 4 for search 'Kennedy, Victor', query time: 0.02s Refine Results
1
by Kennedy, Victor
Published 1954

Book
2
Published 1982
Other Authors: ...Kennedy, Victor S....

Conference Proceeding Book
3
Published 1980
Other Authors: ...Kennedy, Victor S....

Conference Proceeding Book
4
Published 1996
Other Authors: ...Kennedy, Victor S....

Book