Is there life after music teaching? – A blog post for the Incorporated Society of Musicians website. (June 2017)
Brian Armfield: A tribute – A tribute to the London College of Music examiner, written for Forte, the LCM Examinations newsletter. (2012)
The Divine Embrace: Discovering the Reality of God’s Love by Christina Rees (published by Darton, Longman & Todd, 2006, ISBN 0232526230)
In chapter 10 ‘A Mutual Delight’ (pp.135-137), Rees discusses the poems that Richard set in 1985 as To One (Op.9). She argues that:
“[The] only way we can know God is through our own experience; by embarking on a personal journey of discovery and gradually learning to recognise how God is at work in our lives. Through that recognition we may begin to see the world, each other and ourselves the way God sees us.”
Elizabeth Poston Centenary, 2005 – Contributed Articles and Personal Letters edited by John S. Alabaster (published by The Friends of the Forster Country, 2006, ISBN 0955066913)
pp.108–119: 19 letters between Richard and Elizabeth, dated 1977 to 1985.
Richard was Director of Music at the Ward Freman School (now Freman College), Buntingford, Hertfordshire from 1975 to 1985, during which time he met Elizabeth, shared her various musical interests, became a good friend and inter alia invited her to concerts at the school and gave her name to a new Poston Room there that was opened in 1980.