short story

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…

Ash Wednesday

by Romulus Balkan (Romania) Translated from Romanian by the author  Edited by Robert Fenhagen    The dog lying in the corner is howling an oddly…

Androgyny

  by Robert Fenhagen (USA) for the Romanian version, click here “Sergeant, I truly am most apologetic; I must have been sleep-walking, or something.  I…