Colorful Fortune - Deluxe Issue
This book was set in Perpetua with Zaphino for display by Rollin Milroy at Heavenly Monkey. It was printed letterpress on Rives paper by David Clifford at Black Stone Press. The first ten copies form the Deluxe issue, & include one of the original drawings reproduced in the book, as well as photo-etchings of four preliminary arabesque drawings by the author, printed by Peter Braune at New Leaf Editions. These copies have been bound by Claudia Cohen. The remaining copies form the Press Issue, and have been bound by Keith Lowe in limp paper vellum made by Reg Lissel. From an edition of fifty copies, this one is number 6. Signed by Harold Budd on the limitation page ;
Emerging in the 1960s from the American minimalist movement inspired by John Cage and Morton Feldman, Harold Budd has become one of the country's most prolfic, consistent and influential composers and musicians. Throughout his career, poetry - or what Harold refers to as "something like poetry, but not the same thing" - has been an occasional companion to his music. His "something-like poetry" now takes center stage in Colorful Fortune, the first published collection of Harold's poems.