Bromley, Beatrice M. (F)

Surname: Bromley
Forename(s): Beatrice M.
b. 1861. d. 1925. Nationality: South African. VIAF.
Poet. Alternative signature: B. M. Bromley. Born in South Africa. Lived in the Orange Free State which later became a part of South Africa. Contributed to the Orange Free State Press. Author of Where the Aloe Grows and Other Songs of South (1912), Our Track in the Storm (1916), and The Song of Table Bay (1924). Chambers’s Journal ledger entry for Bromley’s Our Children, published on 12 March 1898, lists the author as B. M. Bromley, c/o Mrs Nightingale, c/o Mrs Norris, Hill View, Rydes Hill, Guildford (NLS Dep 341/371). Biographical information: Valerie Letcher, A Bibliography of White Southern African Women Writers 1800-1940, English in Africa, vol. 31, no. 2, October 2004, pp. 132-33; David Adey, Ridley Beeton, Michael Chapman, Ernest Pereira, Companion to South African Literature, Ad. Donker, 1986, p. 42. (AC, CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 1
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Our Children 1898-03-12 Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Poet 12703