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William Gibson (1948 – )

Nationality: Canadian
Born: American
Periods: American: 20th Century
              Canadian: 20th Century

Science fiction author who popularized the cyberpunk genre with his multi-award winning novel Neuromancer.

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William Gibson: A Reader’s Guide
The author of this full length book has made its text fully available online. It “explores the key notions associated with cyberpunk, gibson’s life, attitudes, literary antecedents, themes, first short-story collection, and what has come to be known as the matrix trilogy: neuromancer, count zero, & mona lisa overdrive.”
Contains: Commentary, Criticism
Author: Lance Olsen

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Queen Victoria’s Personal Spook, Psychic Legbreakers, Snakes and Catfood: An Interview with William Gibson and Tom Maddox
Interview conducted during ConText 89, at which Gibson was the guest of honor.
Contains: Interview
Author: Darren Wershler-Henry
From: Virus 23 Fall 1989, #0, pp.28-36

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013