Chapter 6 examines the very recent phenomenon of mobile storytelling, in other words storytelling in which the reader’s physical journey becomes a key aspect of a (performative) story. The chapter argues that this represents a stepwise change in how writers think about narrative. Key to this transformation is the creation of what I call embodied space. Embodied space is a hybridic form of narrative space that foregrounds the situated embodiedness, the essential postdigital entanglement, connecting all our lives. The chapter argues that it is through embodied space that locative mobile storytelling engages with metamodernist sensibility, particularly in regard to autofiction.