Bryan's writing has been featured over the years in such diverse publications as:
Forsyth County, Georgia Heritage 1832-2011 ("Rogers Family"); Friends of the Bryson City Cemetery ("Biographical Sketches"), Law Officer: Tactics/Technology/Training, The Christian Citizen, Whole Health News, and Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers & Storytellers. He was a regular contributing writer for Liberal Lectionary Resources and Suite101, a popular Canadian online magazine suite during the 2000's.
Bryan won "Honorable Mention" in the Oklahoma Genealogical Society writing contest with the essay, "Emma Calling," in 2011. His 2000 seminary master's thesis/project was titled "The Theological & Pastoral Implications of the Human-Animal Bond."
He is Co-Editor and Contributing Writer for Talking Leaves, the official newsletter of the Mt. Hood Cherokees. The essay, "Being Cherokee Today," reflects some of Bryan's current thoughts on being of Cherokee descent.
In the land of my ancestors: on the Chattahoochee River in Johns Creek, GA. Standing next to the Rogers Bridge, named for the family of my 4th great-grandparents, John and Sarah (Cordery/Sonicooie) Rogers.