David Hathwell

David Hathwell is a former English teacher living and writing in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has degrees in English, from Stanford and Columbia, as well as an advanced degree in music theory, from CUNY, and is now a piano student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. His work has appeared, or is scheduled to appear, in Slant, Measure, The Chaffin Journal, California Quarterly, and the new literary journal (as yet unnamed) of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.


The love of form is a love of endings. —Louise Glück, ‘Celestial Music’ What if it’s somehow like the end of a good, a well-told story? Then you’ll have completion, have, better still, completeness. The reckoning will be a rounding …

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