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Halsey Announces Her First Book Of Poetry, ‘I Would Leave Me If I Could’ Is About To Out

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The well-known singer and activist Halsey is now an official poet.

The singer, born Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, took to Instagram in order to reveal a piece of good news. She posted a series of photos that see the table of contents of her first book of poetry titled ‘I Would Leave Me If I Could‘ and announced that it would be available to purchase as of the date November 10, 2020.

Alongside the table of contents, the MTV Video Music Award-winning artist included a variety of pictures of herself, from different stages of her life, and made feel that the poetries would set light to her entire existence. Halsey captioned the photos with the following message:

“Here is the table of contents for my book. It comes out tomorrow. I sincerely hope you love it. It’s my favorite thing I’ve ever made.”

As fans remember, the singer, who is marked as one of the most compelling voices of the industry, announced that the book was on the way, on June 25 this year. Shortly after the announcement, the book became available for pre-order.

According to the publisher’s note, in her debut as a poet, Halsey touches on love, sexuality, family ties, relationships poetry longing, and her bipolar disorder, with her unique artistry found in her lyrics. The description of the book is as follows:

“More hand grenades than confessions, these autobiographical poems explore and dismantle conventional notions of what it means to be a feminist in search of power.”

The book, published by Simon & Schuster is now available to buy; its list price is $24.99.

See below to view Halsey’s Instagram post.

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