William Gibson lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is the author of Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive, Burning Chrome, Virtual Light, Idoru, All Tomorrow's Parties, and Pattern Recognition.
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- ?More William Gibson than Terry Pratchett? | Gareth L Powell ...
There's a rather splendid review of Ack-Ack Macaque on the Gutenberg's Son blog: With Ack-Ack Macaque, Powell has proved himself an adept world builder,
- William Gibson and the Eternal Greatness of Blade Runner | Slog
The three great science fiction works of the first half of the 80s are Blade Runner (1982) by Ridley Scott, "Clear" (1983) by Cybotron, and...
- How did William Gibson really feel about Blade Runner? - Io9
A couple of years ago, Paris Review did a fascinating and comprehensive interview with author William Gibson. At last, the entire thing is online for you to read. There's an especially great section where he talks about what his ...
- William Gibson's New Cyber Reality, T... - ProjectMONA
Today Sherry Turkle takes a look at cyber companions, William Gibson at cyber reality and Las Vegas is left with the hotel bill. William Gibson: The New.
- The Verge Book Club: William Gibson's 'Neuromancer' | The Verge
This month we're reading Margaret Atwood's Booker Award-winning novel, The Blind Assassin. But just a few hours ago, Adi and I sat down with our old friend Joshua Topolsky to talk about William...
- William Gibson Correctly Predicts the Internet of 2013
This article is part of the The Great Authors Series series. Vektor extracted the Corsair 32 gigabyte thumb drive from the inside pocket of his pea coat and slotted the stick into his Dell Inspiron's port. The solid state memory ...
- William Gibson On Burroughs, Sterling, Dick, Libraries ... - The Awl
In real life, William Gibson looks like you would imagine. A little older than the Gibson you imagine, but he was born in 1948, so it only stands to reason. He is gaunt and affable, clothes black, smart looking frames on his ...
- Watch William Gibson read from his brand new science fiction novel
Legendary author William Gibson appeared at the New York Public Library on April 19, and he read the first couple pages from his futuristic new novel, The Peripheral. Check out the first chapter, "The Gone Haptics.
- William Gibson - Americas studies blog
A portrait of William Gibson in the British Library before taking part in a seminar entitled 'Who owns the story of the Future?' organised by the Eccles Centre for American Studies, on 24 May 2011.
- Architizer - William Gibson on Cities
Gibson and Cory Doctorow. Scientific American's September issue is about Cities! Even more exciting than that: Hiding amongst its many features is a piece by William Gibson called "Life in the Meta City" (spoiler alert: the Meta City is the ...
- gulfstream names william gibson director of product ... - Aviation.ca
GULFSTREAM NAMES WILLIAM GIBSON DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT SUPPORT GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION William Gibson, Director Product Support Global Distribution Download...
- OBL 'N' ANDY - William Gibson
"There is always a point at which the terrorist ceases to manipulate the media gestalt. A point at which the violence may well escalate, but beyond which the terrorist has become symptomatic of the media gestalt itself.
- PAPERMAG: William Gibson
For many, William Gibson will go down in history as the writer who coined the term "cyberspace," first in a short story and later in his seminal novel Neuromancer. As one of our foremost practitioners of science fiction, his ...
- Original Creators: William Gibson | The Creators Project
We take a look at some iconic artists from numerous disciplines who have left an enduring and indelible mark on today's creators.
- Is William Gibson's Neuromancer too vast for the big screen? | Week ...
Week in geek: Vincenzo Natali thinks not ? and the director who gave us the cult sci-fi brainteaser Cube is determined to prove it.