‘Slow-Motion Moments’ reading, plus a review by Jaya Avendel

As the latest EIF title, Nature Speaks of Love and Sorrow by Jeff Flesch draws near to publication, I present a new reading from the collection. In this recording, Jeff reads his poem ‘Slow-Motion Moments:’

Hear Jeff read ‘Slow-Motion Moments’

I would also like to thank Jaya Avendel for her wonderful review of the collection! I include some quotes below, to give you a taster of what you can expect from the book:

The poetry of Jeff is undulating and emotional. It explores love and loss and remembrance. It explores the nature of memory and the sweetness of life.

If you haveย Nature Speaks of Love and Sorrow, you will have both a library and nature at your fingertips. You will find the flora and fauna of nature delicate and raw in this book, and the library of written emotions and experiences poignant and healing.

Nature Speaks of Love and Sorrowย delights time and time again with its enchanting portrayals of love and sorrow and the stunning metaphors it draws between humanity and nature.

The book launches on 1 September, and will be available in paperback and Kindle format from Amazon. Jeff and I are holding a special Zoom event on 29 August in advance of the book’s release. Hope to see you there!

Ingrid

15 thoughts on “‘Slow-Motion Moments’ reading, plus a review by Jaya Avendel

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  1. It was my pleasure to read and review in advance and, indeed, I feel all the more special because of it! Loving these readings and am looking forward to the Zoom event. <3

  2. Jayaโ€™s review is beautiful, and is such an honor. We are getting closer. Only 10 more days to launch! ๐Ÿ˜

  3. A great review and wonderful reading Ingrid. Great to hear Jeff’s voice. I told him he sounds like a radio announcer.
    I’m in Sat. I already told him 1 hr max please… ๐Ÿ˜‚ Not that I don’t love you both but …you know. ๐Ÿ’–

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