Paul Greveillac, sometimes spelled Gréveillac, (born 1981) is a French novelist and author of short stories.
Paul Greveillac was awarded the prix Roger Nimier as well as the "Bourse de la Découverte de la Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco" for his first novel, Les Âmes rouges, whose story takes place at the time of the Soviet Union. The main character is a censor, lover of cinema and literature. Les Âmes rouges was also noticed by the Académie Goncourt, which placed it on its list of reading for the 2016 summer.
In April 2017, Cadence secrète. La vie invisible d'Alfred Schnittke was published by Gallimard. It is a fictionalized biography of late 20th century composer Alfred Schnittke.