INTERVIEWS, PODCASTS & BLOGPOSTS
The Review Review with Chuck Augello
Making Every Word Count. A Chat with David Galef, Author of Brevity: A Flash Fiction Handbook
Write Now! with Sarah Werner
Coffee Break 028: David Galef
The How The Why at 1888, with Jon-Barrett Ingels
The How The Why: 160 – David Galef
Interview with David Galef, by Andrew Mitchell Davenport
“The State of Flash Fiction,” with David Galef and Len Kuntz
Friday Morning Coffee with Gary Altmeter
Fiction Writers Review
Why Use Nine Words When You Can Use Two?
David Galef reflects on the writing of his new book, Brevity: A Flash Fiction Handbook
Lisa Romeo Writes
Guest Blogger David Galef on: One Solution to a Lot in a Little Space — The Flash Vignette
“Cutting Down,” a column on reducing excess words
David Galef Thinks Thematically
The Story Prize Blog, Larry Dark, November 30, 2011
In the 38th in a series of posts on 2011 short story collections entered for The Story Prize, David Galef, author of My Date with Neanderthal Woman (Dzanc Books), tells of a story that took him three years to write, one that got reworked for a magazine, and one he practically wrote in a single sitting.
Q and A With Professor David Galef
The Montclarion, March 9, 2011
The newest addition to the list of interesting faculty at Montclair is English professor David Galef. Professor Galef is also the author of several books, short stories, essays and poems. With over 20 years in academia, Galef obtains much of his inspiration from the various corners of college life.
Interview: David Galef, Author
Slushpile.net, Posted on October 19, 2005
Administrator of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Mississippi, David Galef is a jack of all literary trades. Creative and hard-working, Galef is a pragmatist who understands the inner workings of literature. He takes a mechanical approach with his students, teaching fiction the way music is taught, by learning the small skills and components and building up into larger works. While many creative writing teachers spout abstractions that are sometimes hard to follow and almost always impossible to execute in practice, Galef explains the nuts and bolts of a story.
“I’m just a shameless eclectic.”: An Interview with David Galef
Southernscribe.com, Robert L. Hall, 2002
So comments David Galef, Associate Professor of English at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, on his varied writing: short stories, poetry, non-fiction, humor, scholarly essays, and reviews. At seventeen, he published his first short story–in a computing magazine, which paid $120. But it was another two years before he got anything else accepted. Not put off, he continued to write, write, write.