What is "Metaliterature"? It is literature about literature, in this case, views, reviews, and thoughts provoked by stuff I've read. I'm hoping this might be a chronicle of the brain of a life-long reader as guided by intertextual coincidence. If you like what you read, read what I like.
Currently domiciled in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Not a book in the strictest (or loosest) sense, but as I've been terribly, terribly slack with reading and then telling people about it (due in part to the reason I'm telling you that I've read this pdf document and also because The Wake is not a book well suited to several five minutes' snatched over lunch times), I decided to post a completely gratuitous entry to keep the entry numbers ticking along.
This rather interesting report on the current hyperlocal landscape and the opportunities for its exploitation by citizen journalists and corporations with an eye on the hyperlocal is suggested reading on my forthcoming free Community Journalism course. Which is nice. It's also free to download from the Nesta site.