I was recently pointed to an interesting article (ignore the silly mistakes) by Charles Finch in the online version of The New Yorker. Full title and link here:
"The Forgotten Novel that Inspired Homesickness for an Imaginary World"
Despite some factual errors, it's mostly on target and it's good to see Islandia get some coverage, even if it is hardly a forgotten novel.
The Islandian map (which appears in the article) by Canadian geographer Ted Relph inspired me to look for more about Relph and Islandia, which led to Relph's own website and his essay (with an additional map) "Islandia and Love of Place"
Both articles are recommended.