How To Get Shit Done


There is no good in anything until it is finished.
– Genghis Khan

Within the Fabrica Creative Labs, on Wednesday 21 April from 3 to 4pm CEST, Andy P. Smith, American writer and creative, will hold the online lecture “How To Get Shit Done”.

For this event, Andy will broadcast live from New York City to share the 13 practices, tips, and tricks that help him get shit done. Developed and refined throughout his 20-year career, these principles are designed to support the endeavors and aspirations of the creative and rebellious, the inventive and the brave. If you want to get shit done — strengthen your process, finish a creative project, get paid for your art — this lecture is for you.

As a writer and creative, Andy P. Smith has enjoyed a unique and varied career — crafting campaigns with Budweiser and Airbnb in India, running an underground music venue in Brooklyn, collaborating with Fabrica’s Alumni in Italy, and designing communities within the NYC tech industry.

Most recently, Andy wrote and published the book Can You Survive 2020. Written in a “choose-your-own-adventure” style, the reader makes decisions at the end of each chapter to navigate the plot and advance towards one of 34 unique and often gruesome endings.

While the book Can You Survive 2020 is best enjoyed in print (, all registered attendees of this lecture will receive a link to complimentary digital versions of the book, both a PDF and an interactive web browser experience.

In addition to Can You Survive 2020, he is the author of the books Welcome to the Land of Cannibalistic Horses and 100 Things Phish Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. His editorial work has appeared in Quartz, Vice, COLORS, and The Village Voice, among other publications. As an avid music lover and former impresario, Andy also hosts a weekly radio show on

Andy P. Smith’s work as a writer connecting brands to audiences and cultivating communities has led him to his current role as a copywriter at the software startup Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Andy has visited 26 countries and 49 U.S. states. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his beautiful wife and their small, weird dog on a once quiet street that grows louder each day.

To attend the lecture, please register at this link.

Free event, in English
Platform: Zoom