“The Social Equation,” by EJ Koh

by apogeelit

Unexpected, bold, and full of the complex frustration that stereotyping invokes in the stereotyped: EJ Koh’s poem “The Social Equation,” is the next installment in our Overshare series.* 

 

“YOU don’t know how good it is to be female…”

 

“The Social Equation,” by EJ Koh

 

EJ Koh's "The Social Equation," published in Issue Two of Apogee Journal, Spring 2013

EJ Koh’s “The Social Equation,” published in Issue Two of Apogee Journal, Spring 2013

 

 

 

EJ KOH is a poet and an author. Her work has been published in TriQuarterly, Southeast Review, The Journal, La Petite Zine, and elsewhere. She is a poetry finalist of the Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize and is currently completing her Masters of Fine Arts at Columbia University. She blogs at thisisEJKoh.com. Red is her first novel.

 

 

*The Overshare series brings you content from Apogee’s Issue Two, posted online every Friday and every second Tuesday in July and August 2013.