- Variations on a scheme. Grand, S.I. // American Artist;Dec1991, Vol. 55 Issue 593, p48
Profiles artist Robert L. Schultz and the true subject of his drawings--tension--which he explores in meticulously rendered portrayals of the human figure. The enigmatic quality of his narratives; Aspects of incompleteness in his drawings; Elements of conflict and tension to the emotions...
- Virginia RS Selects New Director. J. L. // Investment Management Weekly;4/11/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p2
Reports on the appointment of Robert Schultze as the director of fund at Virginia Retirement Systems in Richmond. Value of the fund; Career background of Schultze.
- Analysis. Schultz, Robert // Hudson Review;Summer1986, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p286
Presents the poem "Analysis," by Robert Schultz.
- Camouflage #1. Schultz, Robert // Northwest Review;2009, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p174
Presents the poem "Camouflage #1," by Robert Schultz. First Line: I fight the war. Choppers painted in camouflage; Last Line: It's dawn. The leaves put on their camouflage.
- Snowlight. Schultz, Robert // Hudson Review;Winter98, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p556
Presents the short story "Snowlight," by Robert Schultz.
- Olive Bed. Schultz, Robert // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1991, Issue 13, p45
Presents the poem "Olive Bed," by Robert Schultz. First line: Where but in bed does the world begin; Last line: Matching strokes toward the longed-for cove.
- The Madhouse Nudes. Schultz, Robert // Hudson Review;Spring93, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p77
Presents the short story "The Madhouse Nudes," by Robert Schultz.
- The Highest Emblem in This Cipher of a World. Schultz, Robert // Hudson Review;Summer2013, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p331
The poem "The Highest Emblem in This Cipher of a World" by Robert Schultz is presented. First Line: The circle is the highest emblem; Last Line: I step on horizons.
- When Lilacs Shake. Schultz, Robert // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1991, Issue 12, p49
Presents the poem "When Lilacs Shake," by Robert Schultz. First Line: Now, in April, when lilacs shake; Last Line: And what can we do as recklessly?