Dr Romola Parish has written a poem about Stonefield.
Dr Romola Parish worked with the Oxfordshire HLC project as poet in residence. Using the HLC, Romola explored the hidden histories of Oxfordshire’s landscapes and captured in her anthology of poems, The Polygon Poems.
She is a former academic specialising in landscape evolution, incorporating archaeological, geomorphological and anthropogenic approaches, and in environmental change, particularly in mountain environments. She now works in London as a planning and environmental lawyer. She recently graduated with distinction from the University of Oxford MSt in Creative Writing. She has had poetry published in the Irish Literary Review, Snakeskin, Cardiff Review and The Lamp. Landscape is an important focus of her creative work.