Greg Bellivau's most recent book is a Science Fiction novel IMAGO to be published by Rogue Phoenix Press, Fall 2019. He is also the author of Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World with Teeth (CrossLink Publishers) a collection of Creative nonfiction pieces, set to be released August 2017. He is a 2008 Christopher Isherwood Grant Recipient, as well as the 2002 Christy Award finalist for Best First Novel Go Down To Silence (Multnomah: a Division of Random House, 2001). His short stories have appeared in The Atticus Review, The Cleveland Review, Vine Leaves of which my vignette “LG Don’t Want To Fly” was selected for their 2012 Best Of Anthology published by eMergent Publishing. He teaches Creative Writing in Antioch University’s MA program, and has taught at a The Antioch Writer’s Workshop, Yellow Springs, OH, and is currently teaching as a Visiting Professor of English at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio.
IMAGO is the story of Christopher Dante, a scrapyard employee for the Universal Salvage Company living and working with his Uncle Hal. One day while scrapping in the mysterious, ruined city of Cogstin, Christopher discovers a secret that forces him to face his past and his future, a truth so powerful that it could destroy everyone and everything he knows.
Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World With Teeth2017
Go Down To Silence2001
Awards and Recognition
- Christopher Isherwood Grant