Contributions by Beth Spencer

Issue 18 | Summer 2016

Unremarkable People in the North

By | Poetry

are like unremarkable people everywhere, only more resigned. You will see them below the icicles on tall buildings, smoking or nipping from a jar of pickled herring as they wait for buses in the rain. They can be distinguished from remarkable people by their patience, their kindness to spiders. They do not list toward cameras, …