Bretton Loney is a novelist and short story writer whose work has appeared in anthologies and literary journals in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Nova Scotia. In 2019, his novel, The Last Hockey Player, was shortlisted for the Whistler Independent Book Awards in the fiction category. In 2016, his biography, Rebel With A Cause: The Doc Nikaido Story, was long listed for the Whistler Independent Book Awards in the non-fiction category.
In 2013 his short story, Tommy’s Mother, was shortlisted for the Writer’s Union of Canada’s Short Prose Competition for Developing Writers.
Bretton lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia with his wife, Karen Shewbridge.