misha collins 2022

We asked, but it turns out there are some things Misha Collins still can’t tell us

Actor Misha Collins just released the audio version of his bestselling poetry book Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You. We spoke to Collins about the book, and we’re sharing this exclusive interview to celebrate the fact that fans can now pipe Misha’s poems, in his own voice, directly into their eardrums. Continue reading “We asked, but it turns out there are some things Misha Collins still can’t tell us”

No Peace When We Were Done: Feeling the ‘Supernatural’ finale aftershocks a year later

The Supernatural finale “Carry On” aired a year ago today on the CW. To say that reviews were mixed would be an understatement of epic proportions. Here, one fan tries to make sense of how things have changed in this first year without the show. Continue reading “No Peace When We Were Done: Feeling the ‘Supernatural’ finale aftershocks a year later”

Episode #39 – Spiritually, We Might Still Be There

It’s the Supernatural Finale Anniversary Special! Natalie and Cass are joined by Liliana, host of the Supernatural podcast St Alphonso’s Academy of Squee and recent guest contributor here on Subjectify, to talk about the Supernatural series finale, and what the hell has happened since, a year after it all ended. Join us for a very special and very long celebration slash mourning slash something as we hype and gripe the demise of the show, air our worries about what’s become of the fandom, and beg the cast and crew to just be normal about gay people. Continue reading “Episode #39 – Spiritually, We Might Still Be There”

‘Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You’ by Misha Collins will move fans in a memoir-like way

Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You, the long-awaited book of poetry from Supernatural’s Misha Collins, is out today. There is no doubt that fans of the actor will adore the 135-page volume, but I hope that some strangers will fall in love with it as well. Continue reading “‘Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You’ by Misha Collins will move fans in a memoir-like way”