LOCAL AUTHORS WIN 1ST AT PACIFIC NORTHWEST WRITERS  ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
August 5, 2017, Tahoe Daily Tribune
In his 20s, Bruce Rettig worked at least 12 hours each day of the week — on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. “We were trapped in a time warp, interactions almost exclusively limited to the confines of a camp consisting of seven barges and 10 tugboats anchored off a thin spit of land jutting into the Arctic Ocean,” he states in his new nonfiction novel “Refraction.”
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“FOR BAHA: FEBRUARY 4TH, 2104” EARNS AN HONORABLE MENTION IN GLIMMER TRAIN’S VERY SHORT FICTION CONTEST
June 22nd, 2016, Glimmer Train
One of the most respected short-story journals in print, Glimmer Train continues to actively champion emerging writers. The magazine is represented in recent editions of the Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small PressesNew Stories from the Midwest, the O. Henry Prize StoriesNew Stories from the SouthBest of the WestNew Stories from the SouthwestBest American Short Stories, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading.

 


BRUCE RETTIG A 2016 XXXXI CONSECUTIVE NEW MILLENNIUM AWARDS FINALIST FOR HIS FLASH FICTION PIECE, “FOR BAHA: FEBRUARY 4TH, 2104”
April 15th, 2016, New Millennium Writings
Since 1996, New Millennium Writings has steadily built an ardent and supportive community of poets and writers at all levels of the craft. Their judges are poets, novelists, essayists, playwrights, screenwriters, editors, professors, and journalists.

 


BRUCE RETTIG A 2014 CHANTICLEER BOOK REVIEW AWARDS FINALIST FOR HIS NOVEL, “MIDNIGHT STONE”
August 13th, 2015, Chanticleer Book Reviews
The Chanticleer Book Reviews Awards Finalist List, otherwise known as the “Short List,” is  comprised of entries that have passed the first three rounds of judging from the entire field of entrants.

 


BRUCE RETTIG INTERVIEW ON TAHOE ARTSCENE
Tahoe Artscene Radio interview, KTHO radio
October 31, 2013