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Greg Belliveau

Full Time Adjunct Faculty, English


  • English

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Greg Belliveau’s most recent book is the Science Fiction novel IMAGO (Rogue Phoenix Press, Fall 2019). He is the author of the novel Go Down To Silence (Multnomah Publishing, 2001) which was a Christy Award Finalist for Best First Novel; and a collection of creative nonfiction entitled Seeds: Mediations on Grace in a World with Teeth (Crosslink Publishing, 2017). His short stories have been published in Fathom Magazine, The Atticus Review, The Cleveland Review, and Vine Leaves, where his vignette “LG Don’t Want To Fly” was selected for their 2012 Best Of Anthology, published by eMergent Publishing. He is a Christopher Isherwood grant recipient and teaches Creative Writing at Antioch University, Midwest, and has taught at The Antioch Writer’s Workshop, Yellow Springs, OH. He is currently an Instructor at Capital University and lives in Ohio with his wife and two daughters.
Degrees Earned
M.F.A. Creative Writing, Fiction - Pacific University
M.A. English - Kent State University
B.A. English - Kent State University
UC 311 - Humanities Enlightenment to the Present
UC 110 - College Reading and Writing

IMAGO. Rogue Phoenix Press, 2019
Go Down To Silence. Multnomah Publishing, 2001

Creative Nonfiction:
Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World with Teeth. Crosslink Publishing, 2017.

Say to this Mountain: The Life of James T. Jeremiah. Regular Baptist Press, 1999.

Short Stories
“Shirtless Ray.” Fathom Magazine. Ed Jon Minemma. August, 2017.
“The Year of Good Things.” The Antioch Voice. Ed Denny Russel. Summer, 2015.
“Walking on Water.” The Cleveland Review. Ed Christine Borne. Issue 4, July 2012.
“No Damn Ice.” Atticus Review. Ed. Jamie Iredell. Volume 2, Issue 24, June 2012.

“LG Don’t Want To Fly.” Vine Leaves Literary Journal. Ed. Jessica Bell, Dawn Ius. Vol 2. April, 2012.

“LG Don’t Want To Fly.” Best of Vine Leaves. Ed. Jessica Bell, Dawn Ius. eMergent Publishing, 2012.