... but is embargoed to all but CBS' 60 Minutes until then.
The chances of media outlets not named "60 Minutes" getting their hands on an advance copy of Jane Fonda's upcoming autobiography, "My Life So Far" (Random House, $26.95), are about as likely as Vietnam vets lining up outside a google-plex in May to see her comeback comedy, "Monster-in-Law."
According to the book's dust jacket hyperbolic hoopla, the "extraordinary memoir" is divided into three "acts," focusing first on her childhood, first films and marriage to Roger Vadim.
Later, her still highly controversial activities in Vietnam, Oscar wins and marriages to Tom Hayden and Ted Turner will be covered.
60 Minutes will not ask the tough questions, but the bloggers will, if she has not been very straightforward regarding her role in the peace movement during the Vietnam era.