Andrew Santella is an author, journalist and keynote speaker. His book Soon: An Overdue History of Procrastination, from Leonardo to Darwin to You and Me is forthcoming from Dey St./HarperCollins. His essays have been honored by the editors of the Best American Essays series and by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. He writes for such publications as GQ, the New York Times Book Review, Slate, the Atlantic.com, and Commonweal.
Andrew has spoken at many corporate, academic and other events, including engagements at Chicago’s Seminary Co-Op, Ohio’s Kenyon College and the 92nd St. Y and NeueHouse in New York City. He speaks frequently on topics such as creativity, productivity, dealing with deadlines and history’s great procrastinators.
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Andrew lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he is assistant varsity baseball coach at Millennium High School. He is likely at this very moment putting off doing something important.