Bromley, B. M. (F)

b. 1861. d. 1925.
Poet. Born in South Africa. Lived in the Orange Free State which later became a part of South Africa. Contributed to the Orgrange 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 and* (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, p. 132-133; 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