Kenan Heise

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Kenan Joseph Heise is the author of many books and articles and is currently a columnist with the Chicago Observer.[1]

All books written

  • The Illinois Story : The State's History and Competitive Edge Today with David M. Young and William Recktenwald (2002)
  • Challenging the Daley Machine : A Chicago Alderman's Memoir with Leon M. Despres (2005)
  • Chicago Afternoons with Leon (2007)
  • Chicago November 4th 2008 : And Other Poems of Surprise (2008)
  • Chicago Originals with Ed Baumann (1995)
  • Chicago the Beautiful : A City's Rebirth, in Photographs and Prose (2001)
  • Chicago's Parks : A Photographic History, Illinois (Images of America Series) with John Graf (Heise wrote the foreword) (2000)
  • Hands on Chicago : Getting Hold of the City with Mark Frazel (1987)
  • The Sin of Obedience (2004)
  • The Witch of Ferndale : And More Aunt Ella Stories (2002)
  • Alphonse : A One Man Play in the Words of Al Capone (with a Chronology of His Life) (1989)
  • Aunt Ella Stories with Jeremy Blatchley (Illustrator) and David Mamet (Introduction) (1985)
  • Chaos, Creativity, and Culture : An Anthology of Chicago in the Twentieth Century (1998)
  • Chicago Originals : A Cast of the City's Colorful Characters with Ed Baumann (1990)
  • Chicago : Center for Enterprise with Michael Edgerton (1982)
  • Chicagoization of America : 1893-1917 with Bill Granger (Designed by) (1989)
  • Clarence Darrow in Hell : A Play with Dan Heise (1992)
  • If Christ Came to Chicago! : A Plea for the Union of All Who Love in the Service of All Who Suffer with W. T. Stead, William T. Stead (1990)
  • The Illinois Story : The State's History and Competitive Edge Today with David M. Young and William Recktenwald (2002)
  • Is There Only One Chicago? (1973)
  • Our Dinosaurs Are Dying : New American Poems (1994)
  • Resurrection Mary : A Ghost Story (1990)
  • Tales from an Urban Wilderness with Scott Holingue (1994)
  • The Witch of Ferndale : And More Aunt Ella Stories]] (2002)[2]

Paul Robeson 100th Birthday Committee

In 1998 Kenan Heise was listed as a volunteer and intern of Paul Robeson 100th Birthday Committee.[3]

Honoring Frank Wilkinson

Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights organized a "Celebration of the The Dynamic Life of Frank Wilkinson (1914-2006)" on Sunday October 29, 2006. Wilkinson had been a leader of the Communist Party USA, the New American Movement and Democratic Socialists of America[4].

Honoring Committee members included Carol Heise and Kenan Heise.

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