A Position of Relative Importance by Hal Borden

Frank Truman needs a job. To his misfortune, potential employers have mistaken him for an elderly eccentric who blogs under the pseudonym “Frank Truman.” When Frank asks his namesake to adopt a new pen name, he receives a different kind of help—a job interview at the mysterious company where the old man used to work. To land the position, Frank must decide how far he’ll go to get ahead.


FRANK In his late 20's.  Master's degree inphilosophy. Unemployed.
OLD MAN 80's.              Eccentric blogger.
TREVOR 30's.               Vice President of Communications at SkyTek.
AUDREY 20's.                Recent business school grad.
MR. BILLINGSLEY 50's. President of SkyTek.