(Culling also could mean he and Karen Falk were scrapping things from the collection.)
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In July 2010, publishing news blog Galleycat reported that author Brian Jay Jones had sold a biography of [[Jim Henson]] to Ballantine Books. Jones will be working on the as-yet-untitled project with the blessing of the Henson family and the Jim Henson Legacy. According to the press release, the book will cover Henson's professional career, but does not mention how much of his personal life will be featured.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/2010/07/27/in-which-all-is-revealed/ Author's blog] July 27, 2010</ref> The biography will be published by Random House/Ballantine, a late 2012 release date is tentatively scheduled.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/2010/07/27/in-which-all-is-revealed/#comment-1599 Author's blog] July 29, 2010</ref>
 
In July 2010, publishing news blog Galleycat reported that author Brian Jay Jones had sold a biography of [[Jim Henson]] to Ballantine Books. Jones will be working on the as-yet-untitled project with the blessing of the Henson family and the Jim Henson Legacy. According to the press release, the book will cover Henson's professional career, but does not mention how much of his personal life will be featured.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/2010/07/27/in-which-all-is-revealed/ Author's blog] July 27, 2010</ref> The biography will be published by Random House/Ballantine, a late 2012 release date is tentatively scheduled.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/2010/07/27/in-which-all-is-revealed/#comment-1599 Author's blog] July 29, 2010</ref>
   
From 2010 to 2012, Jones spent time culling the Henson Archives with the assistance of [[Karen Falk]].<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/jim-henson/brians-jim-henson-journal/ Author's blog] October 8, 2010</ref>
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From 2010 to 2012, Jones spent time browsing through the Henson Archives with the assistance of [[Karen Falk]].<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/jim-henson/brians-jim-henson-journal/ Author's blog] October 8, 2010</ref>
   
 
Jones plans to deliver the first draft manuscript to his editor in May 2012.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/jim-henson/brians-jim-henson-journal/ Author's blog] January 19, 2012</ref>
 
Jones plans to deliver the first draft manuscript to his editor in May 2012.<ref>[http://brianjayjones.com/jim-henson/brians-jim-henson-journal/ Author's blog] January 19, 2012</ref>

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In July 2010, publishing news blog Galleycat reported that author Brian Jay Jones had sold a biography of Jim Henson to Ballantine Books. Jones will be working on the as-yet-untitled project with the blessing of the Henson family and the Jim Henson Legacy. According to the press release, the book will cover Henson's professional career, but does not mention how much of his personal life will be featured.[1] The biography will be published by Random House/Ballantine, a late 2012 release date is tentatively scheduled.[2]

From 2010 to 2012, Jones spent time browsing through the Henson Archives with the assistance of Karen Falk.[3]

Jones plans to deliver the first draft manuscript to his editor in May 2012.[4]

Jones has previously published a biography of Washington Irving in 2008.

See also

Sources

  1. Author's blog July 27, 2010
  2. Author's blog July 29, 2010
  3. Author's blog October 8, 2010
  4. Author's blog January 19, 2012

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