Translated by Jayde WillEeva Park began as the author of mood poems depicting nature, and has said that she mixed feeling and thought in her poetry, while her prose is a mixture of understanding and memory. This original collection, translated by Jayde Will is an exploration of values, real and imagined incorporating the best of Park's work from the last three decades. Freefall is part of the 'Parthian Baltic' project. The project was launched at the Parthian poetry festival at the Wheatsheaf and the London Book Fair 2018 (focus region: Baltics).
Eeva Park was born into a writers' family in Tallinn, Estonia. After high school she worked as a silk and porcelain painter, and as an archival assistant. She began her career in 1983 as a poet, but soon turned to prose; she is especially known for her novels, especially those with dark undertones, but she has also written plays and short stories, as well as continuing to write poetry. Park has been a member of the Estonian Writers' Union since 1993. In 1994 she received the Friedebert Tuglas Literature Prize.