Greg Belliveau is an award-winning writer whose most recent book is a Science Fiction/Dystopian novel Gods of IMAGO (Rogue Phoenix Press, 2023). He is also the author of IMAGO (RPP, 2019), a collection of Creative nonfiction pieces entitled Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World with Teeth (CrossLink Publishers) . 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). He teaches Creative Writing at Antioch University’s IMA program and Undergraduate Program, and has taught at a The Antioch Writer’s Workshop, Yellow Springs, OH, and is currently teaching at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio.
Gods of IMAGO
It has been ten years since Christopher Dante, the last storyteller, defeated the Ghul in the abandoned subway tunnels under Cogstin, and now he has vanished without a trace. There are rumors and whispers of a new evil emerging, ancient, dark, beyond the Black Mountains, a Horned God who rules the skeleton people of the north. Welcome to Gods of IMAGO, book two in the stunning IMAGO Series. Gods of IMAGO is Science Fiction/ Dystopia at its absolute best, blending amazing world-building with thought provoking, artful prose in an unforgettable, page-turning experience that will haunt the reader long after the last sentence.
Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World With Teeth2017
Go Down To Silence2001
Awards and Recognition
- Christopher Isherwood Grant
- Christy Award Finalist, 2002