EJ KOH is a poet, translator of Korean poetry, and author of experimental novel Red (Collective Presse, 2013). Her poems have appeared in TriQuarterly, Southeast Review, La Petite Zine, Narrative Magazine, Columbia Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, among others. She has work forthcoming in The Anthology of Surveillance Poetics from Black Ocean Press (ed. Andrew Ridker Black Ocean, 2014). Her novel Red is available on Amazon and RedtheNovel.com. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize, she has been featured in Time Out New York, GalleyCat, KoreAm Journal, and Flavorwire’s 23 People Who Will Make You Care About Poetry. She earned her Masters of Fine Arts at Columbia University in New York and was awarded a Kundiman Fellowship for Poetry and The MacDowell Colony Fellowship in New Hampshire. She blogs at thisisEJKoh.com.
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