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 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.