A short story by Carla Manfredino
When the dog barked it looked as though it didn’t know where the sound of the bark was coming from.
Fabrizzio was angry that his girlfriend and the only waitress at his restaurant, Sheila, had bought a dog. He said in his Italian accent, You have dog when you are old with nothing to do. A dog and work are enemies.Sign in to read more
Carla Manfredino is a Welsh writer living in Llansanffraid Glan Conwy. She graduated from Goldsmiths University of London with an MA in Creative Writing in 2016. Her poems and short fiction have appeared in The Moth, The Lonely Crowd, 3:AM and The New Welsh Review. She has just started writing her first novel.