short story

English Poems

by Gene Tanta [USA] pentru versiunea română a acestui text click aici Back in Romania, I knew a gypsy boy named God who carved words…

Standardland

by Valery Oisteanu [USA] The City Where It Was Illegal to  Die Standardland is hot and dry. The  asphalt melts under your shoes and seems…

Eventide

by Alexandru Potcoavă [Romania] translated from Romanian by Graham Mummery & Alina-Olimpia Miron [MTTLC student]   “How’s my darling wife?” Colonel Petrescu’s vodka-soaked voice roared…

The Seagull

by Victor Loghin [Romania] translated from Romanian by  Doris Plantus-Runey and Alina Roşu [MTTLC student] edited by Robert Fenhagen pentru versiunea română click aici “…The presence…

Western Politics and Whale Penises

by James Bent [Australia] edited by Robert Fenhagen pentru versiunea română click aici Look, when something gets on my nerves, I simply cannot go on…

Homesickness?

[From Berlin ist Mein Paris] by Carmen-Francesca Banciu [Germany] translated from German by Elena Mancini It was. A garden on hilly ground. At the edge…

A Man of Many Names

by Andrei Guruianu [USA] He was thinking about home, so didn’t notice the girl standing next to him.  Leaning in toward him, she said close enough…

The mirror

by Marina Popescu [Romania] translated from Romanian by William Oxley & Iulia Vieru [MTTLC student] edited  by Robert Fenhagen      The man opened his closet, where…

Haifa

by Florentina  Crăciun Fabiola [Romania] translated by Graham Mummery & Dorina Burcea [MTTLC student] pentru versiunea română click aici   Hayfa was a beautiful half-Turkish,…

Editorial Note [2]

By Adrian Ioniţă (USA) Our inaugural  issue  of the Short Story section of EgoPHobia (#22) was followed by a wave of submissions, and  we had a…