New Year, New Look

While we celebrated the end of our first year back in January, our real birthday here at One Ghana, One Voice is March 1st. One year ago today, we launched the site and featured our first poem (The Beauty That Shines by Prince Anin-Agyei).

What better time than our first anniversary to give the site a new look? While we liked the old design, it only represented part of the country: the coast. But this isn't just a coastal magazine - over the last year we've featured poets from every corner of the country.

For the new design, then, we've moving inland - starting with a photo from Kejetia Market in Kumasi. We hope you enjoy what you see, and if you have any opinions on the new look, be sure to let us know in the comments section!

Speaking of comments, I've left the Roundtable from last week up on the main page (below this) in hopes of continuing the discussion it has generated. OGOV was started to provide a venue for Ghanaian writing - to get thing rolling - but it's up to you, our readers and writers, to advance Ghanaian poetry to the next level. So please join the conversation!

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