Category Archives: Rogers, Bruce Holland

Investiture

by Bruce Holland Rogers

“Our money is next to worthless,” I say into the phone. “The people of other nations laugh at our misfortunes. Criminals control the streets. I tell you, someone must pay!” (more…)

The Other Word for Thesaurus

by Bruce Holland Rogers

He graduated three months ago and has so far managed to use the bad economy as an excuse for why he hasn’t been able to find a suitable job. He wears a tie when he goes out, letting his parents imagine that he spends his day knocking on doors. He spends his day walking along the river, sometimes stopping to chat with an old man who watches birds through binoculars, or with a pretty girl. (more…)