will clattenburg

William Clattenburg, MFA


  • william.clattenburg@nmt.edu • Fitch 211
    (575) 835-5517
    Office Hours: MWF 11-12, WF 2-3 pm
    or email for appointment

Will Clattenburg loves teaching and writing, but is especially interested in unreliable narrators, humor, mythology, fiction works that are able to incorporate philosophy/religious themes without becoming unreadable, voice-driven writing, mysteries, and writing that teaches or inspires in some way. In his own writing, he searches for the best form or container for narrative; stories that weave into one another; and how best to use indirection to mimic the human experience.

He first taught back in 2008 when he worked as a public school ESL teacher in Brooklyn, NY. Since then, he has worked in Albuquerque Public Schools and an Albuquerque charter school serving students from mainly lower income communities in the South Valley area of Albuquerque.

Will has taught English 1120 and English 1110. In the past, he also taught Technical Writing and Writing in the Humanities class on Bob Marley.