Brian Brogan is the author of The Hailing Light of Bees, Scopcraeft Press 1999 (currently out of print) and forth coming Tracking the Masked Dawn, early 2021.
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Some Words of Appreciation for the Hailing Light of Bees
“Brian Brogan’s poems are full-throttle, high voltage surrealism. Here is a real barn burner of an effort, not unlike Andre Breton’s best work. It’s a total affront to the rational mind and thus, for me, a refreshing, joyful read and a liberating experience.” Tom Mckeown – Author of The Luminous Revolver
“The Hailing Light of Bees is full of images which surprise and enlighten with a surreal touch that reveals more than it mystifies. In the title poem, Brogan paints a canvas in which `spiders make movies out of my eyes / and paint my rib bones with half grown flowers.’ Such marvelous worlds await us on every page.” Doug Flaherty – Editor of Wolf Angel Press
“Brian Brogan’s words come spinning to us from new galaxies.” Sarah Patton – Author of The Joy of Old Horses
“Brogan’s work generates a matrix of tight ironies, a sensitive multisensual surrealism that delivers its shocks gently, teasingly, usually suggesting a counterpoint of hope for the insistent paradox of the human condition in songs, that, as he says, `scatter like ponies in the rain'” Antony Oldknow – Author of “Quintinshill”
“The Hailing Light of Bees is poetry of delicate surreal disjunction whose gaps teem with eloquent suggestion of the undercurrents of other lives” Cheryll Powell Hendershot – Co-Editor of Blackwater