Bruce Rettig is the author of literary short stories, essays, creative non-fiction, and flash fiction. He graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts and Fine Arts History. He continues to enjoy the creative process and is one of the founding members of Tahoe Writers Works, a local writing group and workshop, and serves as publisher of EDGE, TWW’s award-winning literary publication. Bruce supports various regional arts and culture groups, and was on the board of directors for the Tahoe Tallac Association for over ten years, serving as both treasurer and vice president.
In 2003, his short story, “Storm Door,” was the winner of the Peralta Press YK3 Contest for Best in Fiction. He’s completed his first two novels and is presently working on a memoir based on his years of working in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. His second novel, “Midnight Stone,” was a 2014 Chanticleer Book Review Awards Finalist. Some of the writing conferences Bruce has attended include the Squaw Valley Writers Conference, the Truckee Meadows Writers Conference, and the Mendocino Coast Writers Conference. He is also a member of High Sierra Writers (HSW), Pacific Northwest Writers Association (PNWA), Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) and Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP).
Bruce lives at South Lake Tahoe, California, writes in the early hours of each morning, and works full time at his advertising agency during the day. He enjoys living in the beauty of the high Sierra, and exploring the Nevada desert and Pacific Northwest.