D.T. Pennington

Writer – Photographer – Creative Coach

  • Notes on Disinspiration Pt. 1

    Notes on Disinspiration Pt. 1

    As Apolonia Sokol says, “It’s not about a creation, but a continuation.” Or, as one of my old meathead bosses used to say, “Sure, but what have you done for…

  • Notes From The Low Country

    Notes From The Low Country

    Here, the world is ruled by the ocean. Everywhere else you know, the river flows into the ocean. Here, the ocean flows just as much into the land. The water…

  • Notes on: The Lower East Side

    Notes on: The Lower East Side

    You want this to matter. You want to feel the magic flow from every surface, from every person, the moment you step off the plane. You want this to be…

  • Math as a Liberal Art

    Math as a Liberal Art

    The problem with math – at least with math instruction – is that everything is presented as a problem to be solved, and there is one solution. It wouldn’t be…

  • Erecting the Seasonal Gravestones

    Erecting the Seasonal Gravestones

    The world was not golds and oranges. No, those were when everything was tinted with the blue light of computer screens focused on greed.

  • Notes on: The Summer Cold

    Notes on: The Summer Cold

    The drugs keep me upright and focused. Two parts Dexedrine, five parts dextromethorphan, three parts doxylamine, drink it down with some cold coffee and you’re good for the morning. It…