|Portrait of the Honorable Francis Kenna.|
|Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
11 March 1902 – 2 October 1909
|Preceded by||Robert Smith|
|Succeeded by||Myles Ferricks|
21 September 1865
Maryborough, Queensland, Australia
|Died||23 June 1932
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
|Resting place||Lutwyche Cemetery|
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
|Independent, Ministerial, Opposition|
|Spouse(s)||Edith Elvira Stamp|
|Religion||Church of England|
He published Banjo, of the Overflow, a parody of Banjo Paterson's Clancy of the Overflow in 1892, as part of the Bulletin Debate about the true nature of life in the Australian bush. Like many of his poems (including those later published in Phases), it was first published in the Sydney Bulletin.
- Songs of a season (1895, Melville, Mullen & Slade; Melbourne)
- Phases (1915, Thos S Laidler, NSW)
- Poems (no year)
- Queensland authors and artists’ Xmas magazine (no year; Watson Ferguson, Brisbane) edited by Francis Kenna and issued by the Queensland Authors and Artists Association.
- Australian National Bibliographical Database (which has 8 entries for works by or about Kenna).
|Parliament of Queensland|
|Member for Bowen
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