“He really was an enchanting person. In some way he was like the spiritual father of everybody…. It is hard to imagine Central Park without Charles Kennedy.” Marie Winn, author of Red-tails in Love, and close friend of Charles, remembering him after his death in October 2004

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Charles F. Kennedy Biography

I've been back in Colorado now for a few days and finally catching up, and reflecting on 'The Legend of Pale Male'. The portrayal of Charles in the film is so compelling that it has fueled my resolve to complete the biography I've begun about him. Charles' story needs to be committed to print for many to enjoy and learn from. I'll pick up the task in earnest in January. Along the road I hope to get Charles' 'owl book' published. Those who have read it say it may be his best compilation. I'll begin to put a bit of it on the site here in the coming days and weeks.


E. J. McAdams said...

I'm looking forward to reading the bio!!

Jessica said...

Steven, your friends at Houston Audubon are honored to know you. We are huge fans of Charles and of you too! Thank you for continuing your uncle's beautiful legacy.

Steve Kennedy said...

Jessica- So very good to have you post here! Thanks for your kind, encouraging words. I look forward to meeting you in Houston very soon. Thanks so much!