Halsey Releasing Book of Poetry

Already more than a little busy with #BlackCreatorsFund on Twitter, studying for the bar exam...and of course, music; Halsey somehow finds time for another project: poetry.

Her original collection, "I Would Leave Me If I Could," is now available for preorder. It delves into thoughts of doomed relationships, family ties, mental illness, and sexuality.

“I wrote a few thousand sentences but am somehow struggling to string together a single one to summarize how excited I am about this,” she posted on Instagram.

The collection is scheduled for release later this year on November 10.

Halsey “Waddling Like a Penguin” After Home Accidents

Statistics remind us most accidents happen close to home, but what about accidents in the home? Halsey had near back-to-back mishaps in recent days. As she explained in a UK radio interview, she first broke her ankle in her kitchen.

"I was loading the dishwasher and I pulled the door down to load the dishwasher,” she explained. “And the kitchen floor was wet and I tripped over the dishwasher door. And after, you know, 2,000 live shows, where I’m jumping around for two hours, I finally fractured my ankle. In the kitchen. At my house."

It didn't end there, though. Days later, responding to a fan's tweet asking about her condition, she replied, "I was doing okay till I broke 2 toes on the other foot," she wrote on Twitter. "So now I have a cast on left foot and 2 broken toes on right foot. Waddling like a penguin."

She isn't letting it slow her down much, as she's back in the kitchen cooking up a storm--injury-free, thankfully, and studying law. When a fan asked about the latter, she replied, "I’m studying for the bar exam!"

Halsey Accidentally Calls for Collapse of One World Trade Center

Halsey may have been snubbed from Sunday's Grammy Awards, but she's still making news ahead of the weekend. She quickly apologized for a tweet that indirectly suggested a collapse of One World Trade Center.

It began when Pitchfork gave her album a negative review. In dismissing the review and Pitchfork's relevance, Halsey said in a now-deleted tweet, "can the basement that they run p*tchfork out of just collapse already."

She didn't realize Pitchfork's home base is the revered New York landmark but quickly tweeted her apology when it was pointed out. "ABSOLUTELY deleted it upon realizing this. Was just trying to make a joke! Intended zero harm.

"Just figured I could poke at them back with the same aloof passive aggression they poke at artists with! Clearly a misunderstanding."

She has another chance to make amends this weekend--in New York, no less--as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live.