Hate Man, American writer, Died at 80


Hate Man was born Mark Hawthorne on September 26, 1936, Washington, D. C. and died on April 2, 2017, in Berkeley, California.

He was an American writer.

Hate Man’s beliefs centered on people being honest about their negative feelings.

Mark was locally famous in Berkeley, California, where he lived since 1973.

He was from Stamford, Connecticut and graduated from Stamford High School in 1954 and from the University of Connecticut in 1958 with a BA in English.

During his time at UCONN he was Managing Editor of the Daily Campus, the University newspaper.

He was also a member of AROTC and received his commission in the US Air Force upon graduation, subsequently serving at a Strategic Air Command base in Morocco.

Hawthorne also served as a Peace Corps volunteer.

Hawthorne began at The New York Times as a copy boy and worked as a reporter in the Metro section from 1961 to 1970 before he quit his job, divorced his wife, and “started being downward mobile.

Mark Hawthorne passed away at 80 years old.