Australian LitBlog Snapshot #15 - Andrew Kelly

Andrew Kelly is the managing director at Black Dog Books. His weblog, Andrew Kelly, is described thus: "his is not a black dog books blog, but black dog will be a big part of it. The idea is that it's an opportunity to put down what I'm thinking about children's books, literature and the business of publishing."

1. How would you describe your weblog to someone who wasn't at all sure what this
blogging business is about?

It's like an online diary that I share with others to read.

2. Have there been any major changes in your weblog's direction, theme or subject since you started?

I haven't managed to blog as often as I would have like when I started.

3. Do you have more books in your house than you can possibly read? If so, why?

My eyes are bigger than my brain, And I can't resist buying books so I pretend to myself that I'll be able to read them.

4. If there were three things you'd like to include in your weblog if you had more time/money, what would they be?

Photos, graphics and video.

5. How would you eat an elephant?

I'd rather not. They're just too interesting. We're planning an elephant book so I've been looking at lots of pictures of elephants and the babies in particular are really sweet. But then when I think about it (which I don't) the concept of veal is really gross.

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