Internet is not just communication and information, it is also culture. Internet is a global space which allows for what is
local. This brings about what we might call glocalization, a fact which justifies considering digital literature taking into account only those works which have been conceived of
and written in Spanish. Some of the characteristics attributable to digital literature—collective experimentation and the
rupture of narrative linearity—are exemplified in literary stories from the collective and experimental Hispanic novel. In
addition, we can avail of certain instances of pioneer digital literary works written in Spanish, in which a number of specific
qualities can be found to be based on the texts’ virtual nature itself. In the present study, an original approach to these
works is presented in relation to three reading pathways: linear, helicoid and rhizomatic.