Along with writing novels Ernest Brawley has spent
his life lecturing, teaching, writing film scripts and
traveling the world.
Brawley has taught at the University of Hawaii, Hunter College, New York University and the Pantheon-Sorbonne. He has lived and worked in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, England, India, Thailand and Japan. He is a recipient of the Joseph Henry Jackson Award in Literature and served for several years on the Fiction Award Committee of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington.
In earlier years, Ernest attended the University of California at Santa Barbara and San Francisco State University, where he was granted several writing scholarships and a Master's Degree in Creative Writing.