Misha Collins’ career hasn’t slowed down a bit since his departure from his long-time stint on Supernatural, as shown by his plethora of projects in the works. One of the most prominent things the “actor, baker, candlestick maker” has been up to has been the release of his first-ever poetry collection, Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You. We’re happy to report that despite its fairly recent release date, Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You has officially made the New York Times Best Sellers List!
Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You is currently number 4 in the Paperback Trade Fiction category. The book debuted on October 12, and has already commandeered multiple printings due to such high sales. Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You is an amalgamation of poems written by Collins throughout different periods of his life. For a more complete description, check out the synopsis released by Andrews McMeel Publishing below.
This book is a compilation of small observations and musings. It’s filled with moments of reflection and a love letter to simple joys: passing a simple blade of grass on the sidewalk, the freedom of peeing outdoors late at night, or the way a hand-built ceramic mug feels when it’s full of warm tea on a chilly morning. It’s a catalog and a compendium that examines the complicated experience of being all too human and interacting with a complex, confounding, breathtaking world … and a reminder to stop and be awake and alive in yourself.
If you haven’t already, make sure to grab your copy of Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You today. The book is currently available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Indie Bound, Books-A-Million, and Bookshop. Not completely convinced to give this collection a read? Check out our review to get our thoughts on it (spoiler alert, totally worth it). Congratulations to Misha Collins on this well-deserved honor! As always, stay tuned for more updates on Collins’ work.