Natalia González de la Llana Fernández was born in Madrid in 1975. Books were always an important part of her life since she was a child. She studied Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at the Complutense University (Madrid), and she also has, among other degrees, a Scriptwriting M.A. (UAB) and a PhD with a thesis in Comparative Literature: “Adam and Eve, Dorian Gray and Faust: Three Myths of Transgression” (UCM), published in Shaker in 2009.
She received a research scholarship in Berlin in 2002 and has since been living in Germany. Currently, she teaches literature at the Romance Studies Department at Aachen University. Apart from her academic work, she writes articles about books and films for Revista de Letras and Culturamas. She is also the author of a play called God in the Haze (Ñaque, 2013) and several short stories. Besides, she enjoys teaching creative writing at the university and in private cultural institutions. Her new project is a novella.