Ken Brimhall is a retired teacher living in San Antonio, Texas, USA. After graduating from the University of Northern Iowa, he bummed around a few years (Yes, there were no jobs then, too!) and in 1976 joined the Peace Corp in Guatemala, where he didn't accomplish much but married well, and now he has two lovely daughters (even if he does say so himself). He writes because he thinks he has something to say, but will leave it to the reader to decide. When not writing, you may find him uttering an irrelevant comment at some book club meeting, or chugging coffee and closing down Internet cafes in Central America. He wishes all his readers good health.
by Ken Brimhall
An epidemic of indolence threatens to swamp a South Texas high school. Two geezer teachers, Calvin Sizemore and Emir Rubio, battle to survive. They face drug abuse, gang violence, teenage pregnancy, inept administrators—but most of all, the freeloading mojo and moja students who overrun the school. When the ’jos and ’jas refuse...
In Ken Brimhall's second novel, he digs into San Miguel's lurid past to unearth the story of Ty Betancourt, the disappeared reporter. But was Ty disappeared across the Texas-Mexico border, or did he disappear on his own and assume a new identity? Or was he murdered? What was ex-cop Dwayne McGowin's role in the crime, and why did Phil...
In this short story of 4,900 words, Aidé Culebro de Strias, wife, mother, and Guatemalan Civil War refugee, must begin a new life in South Texas, USA. On an outing to South Padre Island, where she feels guilty she is safe while her countrymen and women die, she visualizes the daunting task ahead with husband, Phil, lacking in...
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