David Galef has published over two hundred poems in magazines ranging from Light and Measure to Shenandoah and the Yale Review. He’s come out with two poetry volumes, Flaws and Kanji Poems, as well as two chapbooks, Lists and Apocalypses. As a shameless eclectic, he’s also written far too much for his own good, including over a dozen other books in two dozen directions. His latest is Brevity: A Flash Fiction Handbook, from Columbia University Press. In real life, he directs the creative writing program at Montclair State University.