Richard Nelson Bolles (born March 19, 1927 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a former Episcopal clergyman, and the author of the best-selling job-hunting book, What Color Is Your Parachute? Self-published at first (December 1, 1970), the book has been commercially published since November 1972, by Ten Speed Press, in Berkeley, California. Since 1975 it has been revised and updated annually, sometimes substantially. Nine million copies are in print, and it has been translated into fourteen different languages worldwide. Bolles is the brother of investigative journalist Don Bolles, who was murdered in June 1976. His paternal grandfather, Stephen Bolles, was a U.S. member of Congress from Wisconsin (died 1941), and his father was for many years an editor with the Associated Press (died 1972)
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