Nieves Rosendo has a masters degree in Theatrical and Literary Studies by the University of Granada and her final work "Towards a new narratology of the new media: transmedial narratives" was awarded the highest mark. She Also has a masters degree by the IL3 of the University of Barcelona, and a Degree in Spanish philology by the University of Malaga. She obtained two fellowships as a visiting researcher at the Department of Games Studies in the ITU of Copenhagen and in the Department of Culturele Studies of the KU of Leuven, and has take part in international conferences with works about digital literature, narrative TV series and videogames.She has been the coordinator of the first and second Seminars of the ProjectNar_Trans and she also coordinated the inter-faculty workshop "are you still watching series one? Critical analysis of the phenomena of TV series" which was held at the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature of the University of Granada with the cooperation of the Faculty of Communication and Documentation (2014-2015).
During her years of work performance in other fields, she worked in literary criticism and collaborated with some Spanish magazines. She has written the books Bestiario de Madrid (Ediciones La Libreria) and La Embajada de Rui (MacMillan Ed.). Currently, she gives a monthly lecture course at the Andalusian Centre of Literature in Malaga (Centro Andaluz de las Letras) focused on cyber literature, distopia and science-fiction.She is also working on her PhD dissertation on transmediality and narrative in digital media under the direction of Domingo Sánchez-Mesa Martínez.