Poetry. " Robert Richman writes with poise, grace, and wide-eyed clarity about the emotional complexity of adult life. In VOICE ON THE WIND, his first collection, he is quietly celebratory about what must sustain us: family, place, and vocation. Emily Dickinson once wrote, 'I find ecstasy in living - the mere sense of living is joy enough.' Richman is a poet who would agree" - Elizabeth Spires.