All Entries
Marching Bands
The Nutcracker Suite
Girl Scout Cookies
Apple Pie
Job Interviews
The Spacesuit Film
A Sense-of-Wonderful Century
Space Films Before 1950
What Is an Animated Movie?
2001: A Space Odyssey
St. Elsewhere
An Alien Abroad
The Sky Is Appalling
A Modem Utopia
Big Dumb Opticals
Surprising Sci-Fi Soul Brothers
A Day in a Working Life
William Gibson
William Gibson Bibliography
Arthur C. Clarke
Eaton Conference History
Inside the Eaton Collection
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Frank McConnell Book
Best of Eaton
George Slusser Conference
Science Fiction Quotations
Quoted Authors
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The Future
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Radio Interview
Greenwood Encyclopedia
Cosmic Engineers
The Mechanics of Wonder
Hugo Gernsback
Science Fiction, Children's Literature, and Popular Culture
Islands in the Sky
The Other Side of the Sky
The Endless Frontier
Arguing with Idiots
Superladies in Waiting: Part 1
Superladies in Waiting: Part 2
Superladies in Waiting: Part 3
Who Governs Science Fiction?
What SF Leaves Out of the Future (4 Parts)
Part 1: No News is Good News?
Part 2: The Day After Tomorrow
Part 3: All Work and No Play
Part 4: No Bark and No Bite
How to Make Big Money
Earth Abides
J.G. Ballard
Men into Space
Technocracy and Plutocracy
H.G. Wells
Chris Foss
Full Spectrum 4
Hugo Gernsback
The Norton Book of Science Fiction
Writings of Passage
Realm of the Enchanted Unicorn
Captain Marvel
Definitions of Science Fiction
Field of Dreams
The Incredible Hulk
Interactive Fantasy
Mario Brothers
Ali Mirdrekvandi
Ronald McDonald
Series Fiction
Wonder Woman
Radio Interview (Quotations)
Time Travel Inverview
Homo aspergerus Interview
Robots Interview
America's Second Marshall Plan
A Review of The Little Book of Coaching
My Life as a Court Jester
My Wedding Toast
Westfahl at Wikipedia
Westfahl in the SFE
Westfahl Entry
Westfahl Links
William Gibson Bibliography
William Gibson: Modern Masters of Science Fiction
This is the online version of the bibliography in my William Gibson (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2013), including the web addresses of available texts and additional information about some items; however, I will not be checking to ensure that all of the links are still active. I attempted to list all of Gibson's textual publications through the year 2012, in print and online, including fanzine publications, as well as appearances in the conventional media of film and television, but I did not document the recent proliferation of podcasts and video interviews featuring Gibson. Works are listed in these categories: novels; film and television scripts; edited works; short fiction; collections; articles; forewords, introductions, and afterwords; reviews; poems and song lyrics; artwork; letters; interviews; film and television appearances; and adaptations of Gibson's works. In each category, items are listed chronologically by their year of first publication, and in alphabetical order by titles within each year. Items I have not personally examined are marked "Unseen."

            The secondary bibliography, with all books and articles listed alphabetically by authors' last names, attempts to list all books and articles about Gibson, excluding book reviews, news reports, and items in foreign languages, through 2011.

— Gary Westfahl


William Gibson Bibliography
Novels | Film and Television Scripts | Edited Works | Short Fiction | Collections
Articles | Forewords, Introductions, and Afterwords | Reviews | Poems and Song Lyrics | Artwork | Letters
Interviews | Film and Television Appearances  | Adaptations of Gibson's Works

William Gibson: A Secondary Bibliography
Books | Articles


1984: Neuromancer. New York: Ace Books, 1984.

1986: Count Zero. London: Gollancz, 1986. New York: Arbor House, 1986. New York: Ace Books, 1987. Previously serialized in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 10 (January, 1986), 106-176; (February, 1986), 116-181; (March, 1986), 112-182.

1988: Mona Lisa Overdrive. London: Gollancz, 1988. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1988.

1990: The Difference Engine. (With Bruce Sterling) London: Gollancz, 1990. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1991.

1993: Virtual Light. London: Viking UK, 1993. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1993.

1996: Idoru. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1996. London: Viking UK, 1996.

1999: All Tomorrow's Parties. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1999. London: Viking UK, 1999. New York: Berkley Books, 2000.

2003: Pattern Recognition: A Novel. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2003. London: Viking UK, 2003.

2007: Spook Country. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2007.

2010: Zero History. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2010.

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Film and Television Scripts

1989: Alien 3. [From a story by David Giler and Walter Hill; never produced or officially published, but posted widely on the Internet as a draft that Gibson described as a shorter version of one script he wrote] Available at

1995: Johnny Mnemonic. TriStar Pictures, 1995. Screenplay published with original story "Johnny Mnemonic" as Johnny Mnemonic: The Screenplay and the Story. New York: Berkley, 1995.

1998: "The Kill Switch." (With Tom Maddox) The X-Files. New York: Fox, February 15, 1998. Unpublished.

2000: "First Person Shooter." (With Tom Maddox) The X-Files. New York: Fox, March 5, 2000. Unpublished.

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Edited Works

1963: Votishal. [fanzine] No. 1 (1963).

Wormfarm. [fanzine] Nos. 1, 2, and 3 (1963-1964). No. 2 unseen.

1964: Srith. [fanzine] No. 1 (1964). Distributed as "a rider" to Wormfarm, No. 3.

1977: Genre Plat. [fanzine] (Co-Edited with Allyn Cadogan, Susan Wood, and John Park) Nos. 1 and 2 (Spring and Summer, 1977).

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Short Fiction

1976: "Stoned." (With Lona Elrod, Daniel Say, and Other "Attendees at the January Meeting" of the BCSFA) BCSFA Newsletter [British Columbia Science Fiction Association] [fanzine], No. 32 (February, 1976), 6-9.

1977: "Fragments of a Hologram Rose." Unearth, 1:3 (Summer, 1977), 72-77. Republished in Burning Chrome, 36-42.

1981: "The Belonging Kind." (With John Shirley) Shadows 4. Edited by Charles L. Grant. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981, 27-38. Republished in Burning Chrome, 43-57.

"The Gernsback Continuum." Universe 11. Edited by Terry Carr. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981, 81-90. Republished in Burning Chrome, 23-35.

"Hinterlands." Omni, 4:1 (October, 1981), 104-119, 162-164. Republished in Burning Chrome, 58-79.

"Johnny Mnemonic." Omni, 3:8 (May, 1981), 56-63, 98-99. Republished in Burning Chrome, 1-22.

1982: "Burning Chrome." Omni, 4:10 (July, 1982), 72-77, 102-107. Republished in Burning Chrome, 168-191.

1983: "Hippie Hat Brain Parasite." Modern Stories, No. 1 (April, 1983), 22-24. Unseen. Republished in Semiotext[e] SF. Edited by Rudy Rucker, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Robert Anton Wilson. New York: Semiotext[e], 1989, 109-112.

"Red Star, Winter Orbit." (With Bruce Sterling) Omni, 5:10 (July, 1983), 84-90, 112-115. Republished in Burning Chrome, 80-102.

1984: "New Rose Hotel." Omni, 6:10 (July, 1984), 46-49, 92-94. Republished in Burning Chrome, 103-116.

1985: "Dogfight." (With Michael Swanwick) Omni, 7:10 (July, 1985), 44-46, 95-106. Republished in Burning Chrome, 142-167.

"The Winter Market." Vancouver Magazine, 18:11 (November, 1985), 62-73, 108-114, 134-136. Republished in Burning Chrome, 117-141.

1987: "The Silver Walks." High Times (November, 1987). Unseen. [excerpt from Mona Lisa Overdrive]

1988: "The Smoke." Mississippi Review, 47/48 (1988), 70-76. [excerpt from Mona Lisa Overdrive]

1990: "The Angel of Gilead." (With Bruce Sterling) Interzone, No. 40 (October, 1990), 6-30. [excerpt from The Difference Engine]

"Doing Television." The Face (March, 1990), 81-82. Simultaneously published in Tesseracts3. Edited by Candas Jane Dorsey and Gerry Truscott. Victoria: Porcépic, 1990, 392-394.

            A slighter longer version was republished as "Darwin." Spin, 6:1 (April, 1990), 60-61. Available at

"Skinner's Room." San Francisco Image, June 10, 1990. Unseen. Republished in Visionary San Francisco. Edited by Paolo Polledri. Munich: Prestal-Verlag, 1990, 153-165. With illustrations by Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts. Text available at,%20William%20-%20Skinner's%20Room.pdf.

1991: "Academy Leader." Cyberspace: First Steps. Edited by Michael Benedikt. Cambridge, M A: MIT Press, 1991, 27-29. Available at

"Cyber-Claus." In "`Twas the Night Before Christmas ..." The Washington Post Book World, December 1, 1991, 14-15. Available at

1993: "Where the Holograms Go." The Wild Palms Reader. Edited by Roger Trilling and Stuart Swezey. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993, 122-123.

1996: "Lo Rez Skyline." Rolling Stone, May 30, 1996, special section "Rolling Stone Technology `96," 1-2, 4, 6, 21. [excerpt from Idoru]

1997: "Thirteen Views of a Cardboard City." New Worlds. Edited by David Garnett. Consulting Editor Michael Moorcock. Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1997, 338-349. Available at

2010: "Dougal Discarnate." Darwin's Bastards: Astounding Tales from Tomorrow. Edited by Zsuzsi Gartner. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2010, 231-242.

2012: "`Hawk' Ashtray." Significant Objects: 100 Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things. Edited by Rob Walker and Joshua Glenn. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2012, [40-41].

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1986: Burning Chrome. New York: Arbor House, 1986; London: Gollancz, 1986. Contents: "Preface" by Bruce Sterling; "Johnny Mnemonic"; "The Gernsback Continuum"; "Fragments of a Hologram Rose"; "The Belonging Kind" (With John Shirley); "Hinterlands"; "Red Star, Winter Orbit" (With Sterling); "New Rose Hotel"; "The Winter Market"; "Dogfight" (With Michael Swanwick); "Burning Chrome."

1992: Neuromancer; Count Zero; Mona Lisa Overdrive. Santa Monica, CA: Voyager Company, 1992. [electronic book]

1993: William Gibson's Best Cyberpunk Stories: "Johnny Mnemonic" and "Burning Chrome." Edited with notes by Kazuhito Hayashi. Tokyo: Eihōsha, 1993.

1996: Die Neuromancer Trilogie: Neuromancer, Biochips, Mona Lisa Overdrive. Translated by von Reinhard Heinz and Peter Robert. Frankfurt am Main: Rogner und Bernhard bei Zweitausendeins, 1996. Contents: Neuromancer; Count Zero; Mona Lisa Overdrive.

1997: Neiromant. Moscow: AST, 1997. Contents: Neuromancer; Burning Chrome.

1998: Neuromancer; Count Zero; Mona Lisa Overdrive. Translated by Hans Lindquist. Stockholm: Norstedts, 1998.

2012: Distrust That Particular Flavor. New York, Putnam, 2012. Contents: "Introduction: African Thumb Piano"; "Rocket Radio"; "Since 1948"; "Any `Mount of World" ["Steely Dan's Return"]; "The Baddest Dude on Earth"; "Talk for Book Expo, New York"; "Dead Man Sings"; "Up the Line"; "Disneyland with the Death Penalty"; "Mr. Buk's Window" ["Blasted Dreams in Mr. Buk's Window"]; "Shiny Balls of Mud: Hiraku Dorodango and Tokyu Hands"; "An Invitation"; "Metrophagy: The Art and Science of Digesting Great Cities"; "Modern Boys and Mobile Girls"; "My Obsession"; "My Own Private Tokyo"; "The Road to Oceania"; "Skip Spence's Jeans"; "Terminal City" ["Foreword" to Phantom Shanghai]; "Introduction: `The Body'"; "The Net Is a Waste of Time"; "Time Machine Cuba"; "Will We Have Computer Chips in Our Heads?" ["Will We Have Chips in Our Brains?"]; "William Gibson's Filmless Festival"; "Johnny: Notes on a Process"; "Googling the Cyborg" ["My Talk on the Cyborg"]. [All pieces followed by new, untitled afterwords]

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1963: "The Screaming Crud: A Place to Hear the Crys [sic] of Editorial Rage." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 3. [Editorial]

Untitled editorial. Votishal, No. 1 (1963), 1.

Untitled editorial comments. Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 1.

1964: "Grunt and Groan: Happy Gibson Comments." Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964), 1.

"Ohm Brew." Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964), 5-6.

"A Short History of Coke Bottle Fandom." Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964), 2.

Untitled article. Srith, No. 1 (1964), 1-2. [Fanzine formatted as one long article, with subheadings "The Witching Hour," "`It Takes a Worried Man ...,'" "Adept's Gumdrop," "I'm Getting Sleepy Dept.," "Yawn," and "Good Night! Ten `Til One! Goodnight ...."]

1975: "Imaginary Anthology of Imaginative Fiction: A Model Kit." Attribution "Edited by Wm. Gibson." BCSFAzine/BCSFA Newsletter, No. 29 (October, 1975), 6. [Brief introduction and list of works to be included in this "Imaginary Anthology"]

1977: "Dangerously Amateur ... The Birth of Genre Plat." (With Allyn Cadogan) Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 4-6. [Editorial]

1979: "Devo: A Carrier's Story." Space Junk [fanzine], No. 2 (1979), 14-16.

"My Life under Fascism, or, Franco Killed My Dog." Space Junk, No. 4 (1979), 15-18.

1980: "Anecdotal Evidence." Genre Plat, No. 4 (Winter/Spring, 1980), 23-26.

1981: "Lovecraft & Me." Space Junk, No. 6 (1981), 21-22. Excerpt available at

1982: "On the Surface." Wing Window [fanzine], No. 3 (July 8, 1982), 3-4. [Column]

"On the Surface." Wing Window, No. 4 (October 31, 1982), 8-9. [Column]

"... With a Strange Device." Wing Window, No. 2 (March 14, 1982), 5-6. Available at

1983: "On the Surface." Wing Window, No. 5 (January 30, 1983), 9-10. [Column]

"On the Surface." Wing Window, No. 6 (June 20, 1983), 12-13. [Column]

1984: "On the Surface." Wing Window, No. 7 (February 13, 1984), 9-11. [Column]

1987: "Alfred Bester, SF, and Me." Frontier Crossings: A Souvenir of the 45th World Science Fiction Convention, Conspiracy '87, Held in Brighton, Gt Britain, from August 27th to September 1st 1987. Edited by Robert Jackson. London: Science Fiction Conventions, Ltd., 1987, 28-30.

1988: "Tokyo Collage." Science Fiction Eye, No. 4 (August, 1988), 40-43.

"Tokyo Suite." Translated by Hisashi Kuroma. Penthouse, Japanese edition (1988). Unseen. [Presumably the same item as above]

1989: "Rocket Radio." Rolling Stone, June 15, 1989, 84-87. Reprinted in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 7-16. Available at

1993: "Disneyland with the Death Penalty." Wired, 1:4 (September-October, 1993), 51-55, 114-115. Republished in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 69-88. At

1994: "Jack's Acts." In "Vanities." Vanity Fair, 57:9 (September, 1994), 132. [Title given on contents page as "William Gibson on Author Jack Womack"]

1996: "The Net Is a Waste of Time ... And That's Exactly What's Right about It." The New York Times Magazine (July 14, 1996), 30-31. Republished as "The Net Is a Waste of Time" in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 191-196. Available at

"Notes on a Process." Wired, 3:6 (June, 1995), 157-159, 207-208. Republished as "Johnny: Notes on a Process" in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 235-242.

"`Virtual Lit': A Discussion." (With Pamela McCorduck) Biblion: Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 5:1 (Fall, 1996), 33-51. [Transcript of prepared remarks at a May 11, 1995 presentation, followed by discussion and answers to questions from the audience]

1997: "Jack Womack and the Horned Heart of Neuropa." Science Fiction Eye, No. 15 (Fall, 1997), 61.

1998: "Dead Man Sings." Forbes, 162 (November 30, 1998), Supplement "Forbes ASAP's Big Issue III," 177. Republished in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 49-53. Available at

1999: "My Obsession." Wired, 7:1 (January, 1999), 102-105, 156-158. Republished in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 131-151. Available at

"William Gibson's Filmless Festival." Wired, 7:10 (October, 1999), 227-229. Republished in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 219-232.

2000: "Will We Plug Chips into Our Brains?" Time, 155:25 (June 19, 2000), 84-85. Republished as "Will We Have Computer Chips in Our Heads?" in Distrust that Particular Flavor, 211-216. Available at,9171,997261,00.html.

2001: "Blasted Dreams in Mr. Buk's Window." The National Post, September 20, 2001. Unseen. Republished as "Mr. Buk's Window" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 91-95.

"The Future Perfect." Time Online (April 30, 2001). Available at,9171,1956774,00.html.

 "Modern Boys and Mobile Girls." The Observer Magazine, April 1, 2001, 8-11. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 121-129.

"My Own Private Tokyo." Wired, 9:9 (September, 2001), 117-119. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 155-163.

"Paul Smith: A Most Benevolent Marvel." You Can Find Inspiration in Everything*: *And If You Can't, Look Again. By Paul Smith. Edited by Robert Violette. London: Violette, 2001, 9-83. [Text in Japanese, 9-23; Italian, 25-39; French, 41-55; German, 57-71; English, 73-87]

2002: "The Baddest Dude on Earth." Time International (April 29, 2002). Unseen. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 35-39.

"Shiny Balls of Mud." Tate Magazine, No. 1 (September/October, 2002). Unseen. Republished as "Shiny Balls of Mud: Hiraku Dorodango and Toyku Hands" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 97-104.

"Since 1948." Posted on Gibson's blog, November 6, 2002. Republished, untitled, in On the Other Side of the Lens: Images of Inspiration from 73 Cultural Icons. London: Dazed, 2003, 8-15. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 19-25. At

"William Gibson on Burning Chrome." Harper Collins Publishers (October 21, 2002). At

2003: "My Talk about the Cyborg." Posted on Gibson's blog, January 28, 2003. [Speech, Vancouver Art Gallery, 2002] Republished as "Googling the Cyborg" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 243-254. Available at

"The Road to Oceania." The New York Times. June 25, 2003, A25. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 165-171.

"Skip Spence's Jeans." Ugly Things, No. 21 (2003). Unseen. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 173-177.

"Up the Line." Posted on Gibson's blog, May 21, 2003. [Speech, Director's Guild of America's Digital Day, Los Angeles, May 17, 2003] Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 55-67. Available at

William Gibson's blog. First entry January 6, 2003. Most recent entry September 5, 2010, suggesting abandonment. Contents include musings on various subjects, extended responses to questions, postings of previously published or unpublished writings by Gibson, links to articles, and photographs. Available at

2005: "God's Little Toys: Confessions of a Cut & Paste Artist." Wired, 13:7 (2005), 118-119. Available at

"U2's City of Blinding Lights." Wired, 13:8 (2005), 124-129.

2006: "Time Machine Cuba." Infinite Matrix (January 23, 2006). Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 199-208. Available at

"What Really Scares Us." In "10 Ways to Avoid the Next 9/11." The New York Times, September 10, 2006, Section 4, 13.

2007: "Pining for Toronto's `Gone World.'" Toronto Globe and Mail, May 31, 2007. Available at

Untitled reminiscence beginning "My pal Len Stoute." c/o The Velvet Underground, New York, NY: An Exhibit Celebrating Forty Years of the Velvet Underground and Nico Album. Edited by Johan Kugelberg. Evanston, Illinois: Jeff Hirsch Books, JMc & GHB Editions, 2007, [91] (book unpaginated).

2008: "William Gibson." In "Is Science Fiction Dying?" New Scientist, 200 (November 15, 2008), 47.

2009: William Gibson's Twitter account (@greatdismal). First entries April, 2009; continues to present day. Contents include brief comments on current events and life in Vancouver, and responses to questions.

2010: "Google's Earth." The New York Times, September 1, 2010, A23.

2011: "Life in the Meta City." Scientific American, 205:3 (September, 2011), 88-89.

"25 Years of Digital Vandalism." The New York Times, January 27, 2011, A31.

"Window." 2:46: Aftershocks: Stories from the Japan Earthquake. [E-book] Edited by "Our Man in Akibo." London: Enhanced Editions, 2011. Unseen. Available at

2012: "1977." Punk: An Aesthetic. Edited by Johan Kugelberg. Essays by Jon Savage, Gibson, and Linder Sterling. New York: Rizzol1, 2012, 286. At .

"Olds Rocket 88, 1950." The New Yorker, 88:16 (June 4 and 11, 2012), 104. Available at .

"Talk for Book Expo, New York." Speech, Book Expo America, New York, May 27, 2010. Distrust That Particular Flavor, 41-48.

"Where I Like to Read." Huffington Post Books (February 8, 2012). At

"William Gibson on The Stars My Destination: Appreciation." Library of America: American Science Fiction: Classic Novels of the 1950s (September, 2012). At

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Forewords, Introductions, and Afterwords

1986: "Lo Tek: An Introduction." Neuromancer. By Gibson. West Bloomfield, MI: Phantasia Press, 1986, v-vi.

1989: "Introduction." Heatseeker. By John Shirley. Compiled, and with a Foreword by, Stephen P. Brown. Los Angeles: Scream/Press, 1989, iii-v.

"Introduction." The Lost World and The Poison Belt: Professor Challenger Stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. By Doyle. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1989, [vii-viii].

1990: "Foreword: Strange Attractors." Alien Sex: 19 Tales by the Masters of Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy. Edited by Ellen Datlow. New York: Dutton, 1990, xv-xvi.

1992: "Afterword." Neurománc. [Neuromancer] Translated by Örkény Ajtay. Budapest: Valhalla Páholy, 1992, 345-346.

1994: "Afterword." Neuromancer. By Gibson. New York: Ace Books, 1994, 275-278.

"Introduction." Jeff de Boer: Articulation. Calgary: Muttart Public Art Gallery, 1994, [4-5].

"Introduction." The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick: 1974. Edited by Paul Williams. Novato, CA and Lancaster, PA: Underwood-Miller, 1994, [9-10].

1996: "The Recombinant City: A Foreword." Dhalgren. By Samuel R. Delany. Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press, 1996, xi-xiii.

1997: "Foreword." The Artificial Kid. By Bruce Sterling. San Francisco: Wired Books, 1997, 1-6.

"Foreword." Ray Gun: Out of Control. Edited by Dean Kuipers and Chris Ashworth. New York: Simon & Shuster, 1997, 10-13.

"Introduction: Entering the Transit Lounge." Transit Lounge: An Interface Book from 21•C. Edited by Ashley Crawford and Ray Edgar. North Ryde, New South Wales: Craftsman House, 1997, 5.

1998: "The Absolute at Large." The Art of the X-Files. Edited by Marvin Heiferman and Carole Kismaric. New York: HarperPrism, 1998, [8-11] [Introduction]

"`Naples': Introduction by William Gibson." The Avram Davidson Treasury: A Tribute Collection. By Avram Davidson. Edited by Robert Silverberg and Grania Davis. New York: Tor Books, 1998, 344-345.

2000: "Afterword." The Art of the Matrix. Edited by Spencer Lamm. New York: Newmarket Press, 2000, 451.

"Foreword." City Come A-Walkin'. By John Shirley. New York and London: Four Walls Eight Windows, 2000, 1-4. Available at

2001: "Foreword." The Matrix: The Shooting Script. By Larry and Andy Wachowski. New York: Newmarket Press, 2001, vii-viii.

"Foreword: Geeks and Artboys." Multimedia: From Wagner to Virtual Reality. Edited by Randall Packer and Ken Jordan. New York: W. W. Norton, 2001, xi-xiv.

2004: "Foreword." American Whiskey Bar. By Michael Turner. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2004, ix-x. Available at

"Foreword: She's the Business." Stable Strategies and Others. By Eileen Gunn. San Francisco: Tachyon Publications, 2004, xi-xiv.

"Introduction: The Sky Above the Port." Neuromancer. By Gibson. New York: Ace Books, 2004, vii-xi.

2005: "Foreword: `The Body.'" Stelarc: The Monograph. Edited by Marquand Smith. Texts by Julie Clarke, Timothy Druckrey, Jane Goodall, Amelia Jones, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker. Brian Massumi, Marquand Smith, and Stelarc. Cambridge, M A: MIT Press, 2005, vii-viii. Republished as "Introduction: `The Body'" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 185-189.

2007: "Foreword." Phantom Shanghai. By Greg Girard. Toronto: Magenta Foundation, 2007. Unseen. Republished as "Terminal City" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 179-182.

"An Invitation." Labyrinths: Selected Stories and Other Writings. By Jorge Luis Borges. New York: New Directions, 2007, ix-xii. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 105-111. Available at

2010: "Sui Generis: A Testimony." The Ware Tetralogy. By Rudy Rucker. Rockville, M D: Prime Press, 2010, 7-9. [Introduction] Available at

2012: "Introduction: African Thumb Piano." Distrust That Particular Flavor. By Gibson. New York, Putnam, 2012, 1-6.

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1964: "Mailing Comments." Review of fanzines Iscariot, No 1; Dol-Drum, No. 2; STF, No. 4; Warlock, No. 3; The Invader, No 1; The Invader, No. 2; Nemesis, No. 1; and Zaje Zaculo, No. 1. Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964), 3-5.

1975: "Dhalgren, an Unreview." Review of Dhalgren, by Samuel R. Delany. New Directions [fanzine], No. 23 (1975), 2-3.

"The Investigation: Stanislaw Lem's Fortean Novel." Review of The Investigation, by Stanislaw Lem. New Directions, No. 22 (August, 1975), 3-4. Republished as "Lem's Fortean Novel" in Science Fiction Review [fanzine], 4:4, No. 15 (November, 1975), 35-36.

1976: "In the Airflow Futoropolis." Review of The Streamlined Decade, by Donald J. Bush. New Directions, No. 25 (1976), 1-2.

1977: "Them & Us, Or, `Toto, I Don't Think We're in Kansas Anymore.'" Review of Nebula Award Stories Eleven, edited by Ursula K. Le Guin. Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977). [Officially formatted as a review, though Gibson announces at the onset that he will devote his attention solely to two essays in the collection]

1978: Review of The Jewel-Hinged Jaw: Notes on the Language of Science Fiction, by Samuel R. Delany. Locus, 11:4, No. 211 (May, 1978), 8.

1979: Review of Dracula in Love, by John Shirley. Science Fiction Review, 8:5, No. 33 (November, 1979), 49-50.

Review of Gloriana, by Michael Moorcock. Science Fiction Review, 8:2, No. 30 (March, 1979), 51-52.

1980: Review of City Come A-Walkin', by John Shirley. Science Fiction Review, 9:3, No. 36 (August, 1980), 31.

Review of Mockingbird, by Walter Tevis. Science Fiction Review, 9:2, No. 35 (May, 1980), 41.

1981: Review of The Flute Player, by D. M. Thomas. Science Fiction Review, 10:1, No. 38 (Spring, 1981), 56.

Review of Port of Saints, by William S. Burroughs. Science Fiction Review, 10:1, No. 38 (Spring, 1981), 56-57.

Review of Ratner's Star, By Don DeLillo. Science Fiction Review, 10:1, No. 38 (Spring, 1981), 57.

1982: Review of Cellars, by John Shirley. Science Fiction Review, 11:3, No. 44 (Fall, 1982), 52.

1996: Review of The Acid House, by Irvine Welsh. Science Fiction Eye, No. 14 (Spring, 1996), 77.

2000: "Steely Dan's Return." Review of Two Against Nature [CD], by Steely Dan. Addicted to Noise, 6:3 (March 1, 2000). Republished as "Any `Mount of World" in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 27-32.

2001: "Metrophagy: The Art and Science of Digesting Great Cities." Review of London: The Biography, by Peter Ackroyd. Whole Earth (Summer, 2001). Unseen. Republished in Distrust That Particular Flavor, 113-118.

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Poems and Song Lyrics

1963: "The Last God." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 1. [Poem]

"Observations on a Nightfear." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 1. [Poem]

"A Tale of the Badger Folk." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 4. [Poem]

1991: "The Beloved: Voices for Three Heads." Robert Longo: Art Random. Art and photographs of performance art by Robert Longo. Text by Gibson. Editorial Director Kyoichi Tsuzuki. Kyōto: Kyoto Shoin International, 1991, 26-31. [Poem]

1992: Agrippa: A Book of the Dead. Etchings by Dennis Ashbaugh. Text by William Gibson. New York: Kevin Bogos Publishing, 1992. [Poem on self-destroying disk] Available at

"Memory Palace." [Gibson script, evidently taking the form of a prose poem, performed at 1992 Art Futura performance event in Barcelona, with score by Peter Gabriel. Never officially or unofficially published, at Gibson's request, but an excerpt, read at the end of No Maps for These Territories, was transcribed and posted online] Excerpt available at

1993: "Dog Star Girl." (With Deborah Harry and Chris Stein) Debravation. [CD] By Deborah Harry. London: Chrysalis, 1993. [Song lyrics] Available at

"Floating Away." Technodon. [CD] By Yellow Magic Orchestra. London: EMI, 1993. [Spoken lyrics]

1997: "Our Brief Eternity." (With Christopher Halcrow) [Text consisting of brief poetic passages shown to accompany a 1997 performance by the Holy Body Tattoo dance group in Vancouver] Excerpts available at

2006: "Cold War Water." Polder: A Festschrift for John Clute and Judith Clute. Edited by Farah Mendlesohn. Baltimore, MD: Old Earth Books, 2006, 132. [Poem]

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Artwork [All interior cartoons unless otherwise described]

1963: "Arrrh!" Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 3.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Votishal, No. 1 (1963), 1.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Votishal, No. 1 (1963), 1. [Different from above item]

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Votishal, No. 1 (1963), 11.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 1.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 4.

"Gibson's View of Fandom: Three Fannish Cartoons by (Who Else?)." ["No, It's Not a War. The Neffers Are Fueding [sic]." "Now! You Can Build a Real Psionic Space Ship! 1. Glue Tab A into Slot B. 2. Glue Tab C into Slot D. 3. Grab Tab E Firmly. Hold On. 4. Think Hard!" "I Don't Know Who He Is, but He Keeps Muttering, `Revenge, Revenge!'"] Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 5.

"Hssst! Thy Fly Is Open!" Fanac [fanzine], No. 96 (October/November, 1963), 8.

"Let's Be Non-Conformists. Everybody Else Is Doing It." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 2.

"Let's Make Tracks to London in `65!" Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 3.

"No, We Don't Have a Mr. Fafhrd Registered Here—Why Do You Ask?" Fanac, No. 96 (October/November, 1963), 1.

"Now It's `64 `Frisco or Fight." Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963), 2.

"Well, Then He Said Something about Putting a Dean Drive in His Propbeanie .... Then, Whooosh!!" Wormfarm, No. 1 (1963). [Cover drawing]

1964: Cartoon, uncaptioned. Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964), 6.

"There Is a Meeting Here Tonight ....!" Wormfarm, No. 3 (1964). [Cover drawing]

1975: Cartoon, uncaptioned. New Directions, No. 23 (1975), 4.

"A Good Solid Genzine with Too Many Staples ..." New Directions, No. 24 (1975). [Cover drawing]

"`Jeez ... I Haven't Seen One of You Little Guys Around in Years ... What're You Doing These Days?' `We Make Porn Flicks.'" New Directions, No. 23 (1975), 4.

"So I Stood There in the Rain, Feeling the Hot Metal of the Remington Pump-Gun through my Custom-Made Italian Driving Gloves, and Twitching My Vestigial Tail—I Knew That This Was It—The Long Goodbye." New Directions, No. 22 (August, 1975), 5.

"Traditional Folk Arts of Fandom: The Hand-Cut Illo. Next Month: Underwater Beanie-Weaving and How to Spot a Corflu Junkie." BCSFA Newsletter, No. 29 (October, 1975). [Cover drawing]

"Weird Tails/The General Refuses to Understand That the Sight of These Natives Consuming Ice-Cream Cones Will Have an Adverse Effect on the Morale of the Troops ..." New Directions, No. 22 (August, 1975). [Cover Drawing]

1976: "And Then Sex Reared Its Ugly Head." BCSFAzine, No. 42 (December, 1976), 1. Republished in Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 20.

"Can This Be the Onset of General Paranoia?" BCSFAzine, No. 40 (October, 1976), 3. Republished in Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 21.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. BCSFAzine, No. 40 (October, 1976), 3.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. BCSFAzine, No. 41 (November, 1976), 6.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. BCSFAzine, No. 42 (December, 1976), 5. Republished in Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 18.

"A Leading Thinker Seriously Considering New Directions." New Directions, No. 25 (1976). [Cover drawing]

"Start Worrying." BCSFAzine, No. 41 (November, 1976), 9. Republished in Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 22.

"Veez, What a ... Planet of Slobs." BCSFAzine, No. 35 (May, 1976), 5.

"Whereas My Previous Work Often Dealt with Invasions of Earth by Ant-Like Creatures with Periscope Eyes and Garish Neck-Wear, I Now Feel Such Themes to Be Below My Serious Consideration as a Novelist ......." BCSFA Newsletter, No. 32 (February, 1976). [Cover drawing, signed "J. Cornelius"]

1977: "Barbarian Comix." BCSFAzine, No. 44 (February, 1977), 5. Republished in Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 38.

"Canadian Union of Opposites—on Strike." Genre Plat, No. 2 (Summer, 1977), 4.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. BCSFAzine, No. 43 (January, 1977), 7.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. BCSFAzine, No. 44 (February, 1977), 9.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 13. [unsigned]

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 22. [unsigned] [Heading for Susan Wood column "Tidepool"] Republished in Genre Plat, No. 2 (Summer, 1977), 18; Genre Plat, No. 3 (Winter/Spring, 1978), 38;

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Genre Plat, No. 2 (Summer, 1977), 29. [unsigned] [Heading for letter column "Collation"] Republished in Genre Plat, No. 3 (Winter/Spring, 1978), 43; Genre Plat, No. 4 (Winter/Spring, 1980), 33; Genre Plat, No. 5 (Fall, 1983), 37.

"Cover Collage." Genre Plat, No. 2 (Summer, 1977). [Cover array of images, attributed to Gibson]

"Fine Points of Contemporary Fannish Cartooning (No. 1): How to Draw the Allyn Cadogan Smile—" Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 6.

"Hi, There. Bet You Didn't Know Giant Insects Wear Big Plastic Tits." BCSFAzine, No. 43 (January, 1977), 9.

"Is Mimeographer's Knee a Terminal Condition?" The Amor de Cosmos People's Memorial Quasirevolutionary Susanzine [fanzine], No. 15 (October 31, 1977), 5. Available at

"Some Day, Kid, All of This Will Be Yours—the Hugos, the Groupies, the Royalty Checks ..." Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 21.

"There Ought to Be a Law about These Commie Bull-Dykes Polluting Science Fiction's Precious Bodily Fluids. And These New Wave British Faggots ..." Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), 27.

"A 2-Page Collaboration between Ken Fletcher and Wm Gibson." (With Ken Fletcher) Genre Plat, No. 1 (Spring, 1977). [16-panel comic book-style story, with Gibson and Fletcher drawing alternating panels, created as a public event]

"Walking a Lobster." Genre Plat, No. 2 (Summer, 1977), 5.

1978: Cartoon, uncaptioned. Algol: A Magazine about Science Fiction, 15:3, No. 32 (Summer-Fall, 1978), 37.

1979: "And This Compulsion of Yours, to Shout `Beam Me Up, Scotty' at the Moment of Orgasm^mdash;to What Do You Attribute That?" The Amor de Cosmos People's Memorial Exrevolutionary Susanzine, No. 17 (July 8, 1979), 11. Available at

1980: "``Ard Day in th' `Oles?' `Bleeding `Ard.'" Genre Plat, No. 4 (Winter/Spring, 1980), 22.

Cartoon, uncaptioned. Genre Plat, No. 4 (Winter/Spring, 1980), 14.

2003: "Detail of Pachinko Machine." On the Other Side of the Lens: Images of Inspiration from 73 Cultural Icons. London: Dazed, 2003, 10-11. [Photograph]

"Lights Abstract." On the Other Side of the Lens: Images of Inspiration from 73 Cultural Icons. London: Dazed, 2003, 12-13. [Photograph]

"Self-Portrait of Girl." On the Other Side of the Lens: Images of Inspiration from 73 Cultural Icons. London: Dazed, 2003, 14-15. [Photograph]

2011: "The Phoenix, Reborn!" WCSFAzine, No. 22 (April, 2011), 9. [Scan of drawing made by Gibson in 1996 at the Vancouver convention where he was Fan Guest of Honor] Available at

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1976: Letter. BCSFAzine, No. 34 (April, 1976), 4.

Letter. Science Fiction Review, 5:3 No. 19 (August, 1976), 12-13.

1977: Letter. Science Fiction Review, 6:1, No. 20 (February, 1977), 54.

Letter. Science Fiction Review, 6:4, No. 23 (November, 1977), 7.

1979: Letter. Space Junk, No. 3 (1979), [20-21.

1984: Letter. Ansible [fanzine], No. 38 (Easter, 1984), [10]. [Quoted in "Infinitely Improbable" section] Available at

1986: Letter. Ansible, No. 45 (1986), [2]. Available at

1991: Letter. Locus, 26:6, No. 365 (June, 1991), 61.

1993: Letter. Science Fiction Eye, No. 12 (Summer, 1993), 9.

Letter. Quoted in Then, No. 4 (August, 1993). Available in "Then—The Letters: 1960s" at

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1985: Nicholas, Joseph, and Judith Hanna. "William Gibson." Interzone, No. 13 (Autumn, 1985), 17-18.

1986: Gilmore, Mikal. "The Rise of Cyberpunk: Science Fiction's Hottest New Author and His Depraved World." Rolling Stone, December 4, 1986, 77-78, 107-108.

Greenland, Colin. "Nod to the Apocalypse: An Interview with William Gibson." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 36 (Summer, 1986), 5-10.

1987: Maddox, Tom. "Eye to Eye: Disclave 1986 Guest of Honor Interview with William Gibson." Science Fiction Eye, No. 1 (Winter, 1987), 18-26.

McQuiddy, A. P. "William Gibson: Hallucinating on the Present: An Interview Conducted by A. P. McQuiddy." Texas SF Inquirer, No. 22 (October/November, 1987), 2-7.

Stathis, Lou. "Cyberpunk: William Gibson Interview." High Times (November, 1987), 37-39, 72.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "Eye to Eye: An Interview with William Gibson." Science Fiction Eye, No. 1 (Winter, 1987), 6-17.

1988: Greenfield, Adam. "New Romancer: Interview." Spin, 4 (December, 1988), 96-99, 119. Available at

Harper, Leanne C. "The Culture of Cyberspace: An Interview with William Gibson." Bloomsbury Review, 8:5 (September/October, 1988), 16-17, 30.

McCaffery, Larry. "An Interview with William Gibson." Mississippi Review, 16:2/3 (1988), 217-236. Republished in Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Edited by McCaffery. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1991, 263-285.

1989: Gross, Terry. "Terry Gross Interviews Author William Gibson." National Public Radio: Fresh Air (February, 1989). Available at

Hamburg, Victoria, and Aaron Rapaport. "The King of Cyberpunk." Interview, 19:1 (January, 1989), 84-86, 91. Unseen. Excerpt available at

Kelly, Kevin.Cyberpunk Era: Interview with William Gibson." Whole Earth Review, No. 63 (Summer, 1989), 78-83. [Solely an assemblage of excerpts from previous interviews, cited above, in Bloomsbury Review, High Times, Impulse, Interview, Mississippi Review, and Science Fiction Eye]

Leary, Timothy. "High Tech High Life - William Gibson and Timothy Leary in Conversation." Mondo 2000, 7 (Fall, 1989), 58-64. Unseen. Republished as "Conversation with William Gibson" in Chaos and Cyber Culture. By Timothy Leary. Edited by Michael Horowitz. Berkeley, CA: Ronin Publishing, 1994, 22-27.

Walker, Douglas. "Doug Walker Interviews Science Fiction Author William Gibson." Impulse, 15:1 (Winter, 1989), 36-39. Available at

Wershler-Henry, Darren. "Queen Victoria's Personal Spook, Psychic Legbreakers, Snakes and Catfood: An Interview with William Gibson and Tom Maddox." (With Tom Maddox) Virus, 23 (Fall, 1989), 28-36. Available at

1990: Daurer, Gregory. "Interview with William Gibson." Journal Wired, No. 3 (Summer/Fall, 1990), 314-332.

1991: "Gibson and Sterling: On the Virtual Chicken Circuit." (With Bruce Sterling). Locus, 26 (May, 1991), 5, 65-66. [no interviewer given]

McVeigh, Kev. "Homo-Eroticism, Llamas, and (a Little Bit about) the C-Word: Bruce Sterling and William Gibson Interviewed." (With Bruce Sterling) Vector, No. 159 (1991), 6-9.

"William Gibson: Cyber-Punk." Cybervision, No. 2 (circa 1991-1992). [no interviewer given] Available at

William Gibson Interview. Creem (April-May, 1991). Unseen. Text available at

Zuckerman, Edward. "William Gibson: Teen Geek Makes Good, Redefines Sci-Fi." People, 35 (June 10, 1991), 103-108. Available at,,20115297,00.html.

1992: Catchpole, Terry. "Cyberpunk." Entertainment Weekly, 106 (February 21, 1992), 62-63. Unseen.

David Fischlin, Veronica Hollinger, and Andrew Taylor. "The Charisma Leak: A Conversation with William Gibson and Bruce Sterling." (With Bruce Sterling) Science Fiction Studies, 19 (March, 1992), 1-16. Available at

1993: Bolhafner, Stephen. "William Gibson: Making Light of Cyberspace Shtick." St. Louis Post Dispatch, August 29, 1993. Available at Another version of this interview appeared in the March, 1994 issue of Starlog, cited below.

, D. C. "William Gibson." Boston Globe, October 10, 1993, M8.

Gibson, William. Interview of Bono and Edge of U2. Details, exact date unknown. Unseen. An excerpt is available at

Killheffer, Robert K. J. "PW Interviews: William Gibson." Publishers Weekly, 240:36 (September 6, 1993), 70-71. Available at

Rogers, Mike. "Interview with William Gibson." Privately posted (October 1, 1993). Available at

Shepherd, Mark. "William Gibson's Reality." Ottawa X-Press (September 22, 1993). Available at

Sims, Michael. "William Gibson: The Day After Tomorrow Meets Film Noir in the Imagination of This Writer: Interview." BookPage (August, 1993), 3. Unseen.

1994: Bolhafner, Stephen. "Guide to Cyberspace: William Gibson Shines a `Virtual Light' on His Own Cyberfuture." Starlog, No. 200 (March, 1994), 72-74, 87. Available at

Gibson, William. Interview with Henry Rollins. huH, No. 2 (October, 1994). Unseen. Quoted in Ray Gun: Out of Control, 189.

Golini, Marisa. "Traveling the Cyber-Highway with William Gibson." Cyberspace Vanguard, 2 (March, 1994). Available at

Josefsson, Dan. "I Don't Even Have a Modem." Privately posted, 1994. At

Rosenberg, Scott. "The Man Who Named Cyberspace: An Interview with William Gibson." Digital Culture (August 4, 1994). At

Salza, Giuseppe. "William Gibson Interview." Privately posted, 1994. At

Speller, Maurine. "Horribly Real." Vector, No. 179 (June, 1994), 12-17.

White, Tim. "William Gibson: Exploring the Newest Frontier." Mindsparks, 2 (1994), 35-36. [Excerpts from interview on the PBS series TechnoPolitics, October 29, 1993]

1995: Boreale, Aanta. "Cyberpunk: An Interview with Mr. William Gibson." The E-Zone (1995). At

Dargis, Manohla. "Cyber Johnny: SF Writer William Gibson Talks to Manohla Dargis." Sight and Sound, 5:7 (July, 1995), 6.

"The Father of Cyberpunk Discusses Johnny Mnemonic's Complicated Birth and Other Adventures in the Screen Trade." Cinescape, 1 (July, 1995). Unseen. [Interviewer unknown]

Joisten, Bernard, and Ken Lum. "William Gibson Interview." Introduction by Dike Blair. Purple Prose (April, 1995). At

Lynch, Stephen. "William Gibson Interview." Orange County Register, May 28, 1995. Available at

Ryan, Mo. "Data Storm: Keanu Reeves and Director Robert Longo Explore the Dark Side of the Info-Age in Johnny Mnemonic." Cinescape, 1 (June, 1995). Available at

van Bakel, Rogier. "Remembering Johnny: William Gibson on the Making of Johnny Mnemonic." Wired, 3:6 (June, 1995), 154-157, 204-206. (With Robert Longo) Available at

1996: "Civilisation and the Edge of Popular Culture: An Interview with William Gibson." City, 1:5-6 (1996), 174-177. Unseen.

Ings, Simon. "Love on Line." Dazed and Confused, No. 25 (1996). Unseen.

"It's Not Only Rock'n'Roll: William Gibson Interview.", 1996. Available at [originally published in Alternative Press; no interviewer given]

Interview. Playboy Web Site (August, 1996). Available at [no interviewer given]

Neilson, Robert. "Exploring the Increasingly Unthinkable Present: An Interview with William Gibson." Albedo One, No. 12 (1996), 8-11. Unseen.

O'Hara, Andrew. "Re:Mote Induction Interview: William Gibson." Re:Mote Induction (1996). No longer available online.

Rosenberg, Scott. "The Salon Interview: William Gibson." Salon (October 14, 1996). No longer available online.

1997: Adams, Philip. "Accidental Guru: William Gibson." Transit Lounge: An Interface Book from 21•C. Edited by Ashley Crawford and Ray Edgar. North Ryde, Australia: Craftsman House, 1997, 43-45.

Barker, Clive. "Gibson/Barker Interview." Burning Chrome (December 13, 1997). At

Diggle, Andy. "Interview with William Gibson." Original publication information unknown. Available at

Ludovico, Alessandro. "William Gibson Interview." Neural (October, 1997). At

McClelland, Stephen. "Coining Cyberspace: William Gibson." Future Histories: Award-Winning Science Fiction Writers Predict Twenty Tomorrows for Communications. Edited by McClelland. London: Horizon House, 1997, 119-123.

McIntyre, Tom. "William Gibson: Live and Unmediated." Mondo 2000, 16 (Winter/Spring, 1997), 48-55.

Womack, Jack. Interview with William Gibson. Excerpts published "Interspersed" with Stephen P. Brown, "Jack Womack Interviewed by Stephen P. Brown," Science Fiction Eye, No. 15 (Fall, 1997), 46, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58. Entire interview, once posted on the Barnes and Noble website, now  unavailable.

1998: Allemang, John. "William Gibson Neuromances The X-Files." Toronto Globe and Mail (February 13, 1998). Unseen.Cached

Grimwood, Jon Courtenay. "An Interview with William Gibson." Infinity Plus (January 17, 1998). At [Originally published in Manga Mania, date unknown]

Lincoln, Ben. "Cyberpunk on Screen—William Gibson Speaks." The Peak: SFU's Student Newspaper, 7:100 (October 19, 1998). At

van Belkom, Edo. "William Gibson." Northern Dreamers: Interviews with Famous Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Writers. Edited by van Belkom. Kingston, Ontario: Quarry Press, 1998, 83-93. Also published in The Edge (1998). At

"William Gibson on Cyberspace, Bohemia, Power, Aliens and Burning Man." Sandbox: Future Visions, No. 5 (Spring, 1998). Unseen. [interviewer unknown]

1999: Çakan, Myra. "William Gibson: Antiheld im Cyberspace." Alien Contact, No. 34 (1999), 36-38.

Caplan, Paul. "Cyberpunk Rocks the Virtual Boat." e-Volve (November 11, 1999). Unseen.

Doctorow, Cory. "William Gibson Interview Transcript." (November 23, 1999). At

Johnston, Antony. "William Gibson: All Tomorrow's Parties: Waiting for the Man." Spike Magazine (August 1, 1999). At

Martin, Robert Scott. "Cyberspace, Outer Space." (October 26, 1999). Available at

McClellan, Jim. "Cyber Punk 2000: Jim McClellan Talks to the Inventor of Cyberspace about the Next Millennium." The Guardian (October 9, 1999). At

Moher, Frank. "Back to the Present." National Post, November 19, 1999. Unseen.

Sullivan, James. "Bridge to Tomorrow: Cyber-Fiction Dean William Gibson Looks at San Francisco in the Near Future in His Latest Book." SF Gate (October 19, 1999). At

"William Gibson Globe and Mail Story." Toronto Globe and Mail, November 30, 1999. Available at . [interviewer not identified]

2000: Daring, Peter. "Sandpapering the Conscious Mind with William Gibson." Science Fiction Weekly, 146 (2000). No longer available online.

Dowbenko, Uri. "William Gibson: Prophet of Cyber-Grunge." Steamshovel Press (2000). Available at

DuPont, Alexandra. "Alexandra DuPont Interviews William `Freakin' Gibson!!!!" Ain't It Cool News (February 3, 2000). At

Mathew, David. "The David Mathew Interview: Feasts of Static: William Gibson." The Third Alternative, No. 22 (2000), 12-15.

"William Gibson: The Online Transcript." The Guardian (March 24, 2000). At [various questioners]

2001: "Q & A: William Gibson." Popular Science, 259:4 (October, 2001), 63. [no interviewer given]

2003: Dorsey, Candas Jane. "An Interview with William Gibson." The New York Review of Science Fiction, 15:9, No. 177 (May, 2003), 10-11.

Elkins, Eric S. "Gibson Confronts His Own Demons." The Denver Post, February 9, 2003. Available at .

Epstein, Daniel Robert. "William Gibson." Suicide Girls (February 23, 2003). At

Flanagan, Mark. "William Gibson Interview." Contemporary Literature (January, 2003). At

Gill, Alexandra. "Back in the Here and Now: William Gibson Tells Alexandra Gill How Sept 11 Caused Him to Shift His New Novel into Real Time." Toronto Globe and Mail, February 8, 2003, 1. Unseen.

Graham, Fiona. "Finding Faces in the Clouds." The Telegraph, April 30, 2003. At

Kiausch, Usch. "Niemals Werde Ich Nur von Silbernen Stiefeln Reden! Ein Gesprach mit William Gibson." Das Science Fiction Jahr 2003. Edited by Wolfgang Jeschke and Sascha Mamczak. München: Heyne, 2003, 452-466. Unseen.

Leonard, Andrew. "Nodal Point: William Gibson Talks about How His New Present-Day Novel, `Pattern Recognition,' Processes the Apocalyptic Mind-Set of a Post-911 World." Salon, February 13, 2003. At

Lillington, Karlin. "Inventor of Cyberspace Steps Back to the Present." Irish Times, April 25, 2003. At

Lim, Dennis. "Think Different." The Village Voice, February 11, 2003. At

Mackintosh, Hamish. "Talk Time: William Gibson." The Guardian, April 30, 2003. At

McMahon, Donna. "Redefining William Gibson: An Interview with Donna McMahon." SF Site (January, 2003). At

Means, Loren. "Interview with William Gibson." YLEM Journal, 23:4 (March/April, 2003), 11-14. Unseen.

Nippert, Matt. "William Gibson." The Listener, February 10, 2003. Unseen. Available at

Poole, Steven. "Tomorrow's Man." The Guardian, May 2, 2003). At

Ulin, David L. "Present Worries in Future Tense: William Gibson Weaves Surreal Post-Sept. 11 Daily Life into His Latest Science-Fiction Work." Los Angeles Times, March 4, 2003, E1, E12-E13.

Unruh, Wes. "William Gibson Interview." Green Man Review (February, 2003). At

"William Gibson Answers Readers' Questions." The Telegraph, April 30, 2003. At

"William Gibson: Crossing Boundaries." Locus, 50:5, No. 508 (May, 2003), 6-7, 63-64. [no interviewer given]

"Q & A: William Gibson." Newsweek, 141:8 (February 24, 2003), 75. [no interviewer given]

2004: Hiltbrand, David. "Squinting at the Present: William Gibson, Pioneer of Cyberpunk Sci-Fi, Begs to Differ with Those Who Describe Him as a Futurist." Philadelphia Inquirer, February 17, 2004. At

Murphy, Peter. "A Brief History of the Future: William Gibson Interviewed by Peter Murphy." New Review (2004). At

Rapatzikou, Tatiani G. "Appendix: Interview with William Gibson in Vancouver, Canada." Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson. By Rapatzikou. Amsterdam and New York: Rodolpi, 2004, 217-230. Unseen.

Anderson, Chris, and Jennifer Hillner, moderators. "Watch This Way: Extreme Advertising. TiVo Tribes. Googlevision. A Conversation about the Anytime, Anyware TV of Tomorrow." Wired, 12 (May, 2004), 156-157, 160. [Gibson, Rob Glaser, Yair Landau, and Ed Zuckerman interviewed]

2005: de Vicente, José Luis. "El Padre del `Ciberpunk' William Gibson: "El Futuro Ya No Existe." El Mundo (February 8, 2005). At

2006: Shainblum, Mark, and Matthew Friedman. "Post Modern Sublime: The William Gibson Interview (1993)." Orion: The Canadian Magazine of Time and Space, No. 5 (February, 2006), 37-47. Available at

2007: Adams, Tim. "Space to Think." The Guardian, August 11, 2007. At

Beers, David. "William Gibson Hates Futurists: The Author of `Spook Country' on How Osama Bin Laden Was Handed Victory, How to Really Fight Terrorists, the Appeal of Retro-Virtual Reality, and Why Vancouver Is Like a Video Game." The Tyee (October 18, 2007). At

Bennie, Angela. "A Reality Stranger Than Fiction." Sydney Morning Herald, September 7, 2007. At

Blume, Harvey. "Q & A with William Gibson." Boston Globe, August 19, 2007, E4.

Chang, Angela. "Q & A: William Gibson." PC Magazine (January 10, 2007). At,2817,2080922,00.asp.

"Cognitive Weirdness." Locus, 59:5, No. 562 (November, 2007), 8-9, 66. [No interviewer given]

Cornea, Christine. "Interview: Writer William Gibson." Science Fiction Cinema: Between Fantasy and Reality. By Cornea. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2007, 26-28.

Dueben, Alex. "William Gibson: The Father of Cyberpunk." California Literary Review (October 2, 2007). At

Ellis, Warren. "Cracking the Gibson Code." Wired, 15:8 (August, 2007), 66. At .

Garreau, Joel. "Through the Looking Glass." The Washington Post, September 6, 2007. At

Goldsmith, Belinda. "Book Talk: William Gibson Says Reality Has Become Sci-Fi." Reuters (August 7, 2007). At

Gwinn, Mary Ann. "Futuristic Fantasy Lives Now for Author William Gibson." The Seattle Times (August 6, 2007). At

Hill, Logan. "Simcity '07: William Gibson Comes Out of Cyberspace and Starts Scanning Union Square." New York, 40 (August 13, 2007), 72.

Leonard, Andrew. "William Gibson: Novelist." Rolling Stone, November 15, 2007, 162.

Lim, Dennis. "Now Romancer." Salon (August 11, 2007). At

Linnemann, Mavis. "Days of Future Past: William Gibson Overdrive." Phawker (August 15, 2007). At

Long, Marion. "Q & A: William Gibson: Are You Spooked Yet?" Discover, 28 (August, 2007), 68-69. [aka "William Gibson on the Past and Future: Somehow, Cyberspace and the Real World Switched Places"?] Available at

Murray, Noel. "William Gibson." A. V. Club (August 22, 2007). At,14143/.

Nissley, Tom. "Across the Border to Spook Country: An Interview with William Gibson." (2007). At

Owens, Jill. "William Gibson Country." Powell's Books (August 21, 2007). At .

Parker, T. Virgil. "William Gibson: Sci-Fi Icon Becomes Prophet of the Present." College Crier, 6:2 (2007). Available at

"Q & A William Gibson." PC Magazine, 26 (February 6, 2007), 19. Unseen. [no interviewer given]

Ranger, Steve. "William Gibson Heads for `Spook Country.'" CNET News (August 6, 2007). At;txt.

Sharp, Rob. "William Gibson: He's Seen the Future." The Independent, September 5, 2007. At

Solomon, Deborah. "Questions for William Gibson: Back From the Future: The Science Fiction Writer Talks about His New Novel, His Affinity for Lowbrow Art and Being Known as the Guy Who Coined the Word `Cyberspace.'" New York Times Magazine, August 19, 2007, 13.

"William Gibson." Bat Segundo #133 (2007). Excerpts at [no interviewer given]

2008: Gutmair, Ulrich. "William Gibson Interview." Void Manufacturing (October 1, 2008). At

Holstein, Eric, and Raoul Abdaloff. "Interview de William Gibson VO." ActuSF (March, 2008). At

Newitz, Annalee. "William Gibson Interview: William Gibson Talks to io9 about Canada, Draft Dodging, and Godzilla." io9, posted June 10, 2008. At!5015137/william-gibson-talks-to-io9-about-canada-draft-dodging-and-godzilla.

2010: Canavan, Gerry. "Our Full Interview with William Gibson." IndyWeek (September 16, 2010). At

Clarke, Maximus. "Maximus Clarke Talks with William Gibson about His `Speculative Novels of Last Wednesday." Maud Newton (September 22, 2010). At

Gallagher, Aileen. " The Vulture Transcript: Sci-Fi Author William Gibson on Why He Loves Twitter, Thinks Facebook Is 'Like a Mall,' and Much More." New York (September 27, 2010). At

Gibson, Emma Alvarez. "William Gibson on Wa-Wa Pedals, Emotional Bandwidth, and Space Castles." Jack Move (September, 2010. At

Gorney, Douglas. "William Gibson and the Future of the Future." Atlantic Monthly (September 14, 2010). At

Goss, Heather. "DCist Interview: William Gibson." DCist (September 24, 2010). At

Handlen, Zack. "Interview: William Gibson." A.V. Club, posted September 7, 2010. At,44836/.

Harris, Emily. William Gibson. [audiobook] Portland, Oregon: Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2010.

Holman, Curt. "More with `Neuromancer' Author William Gibson." Creative Loafing Atlanta (September 14, 2010). At .

――. "Sci-Fi Author William Gibson Plants Himself in the Present with Zero History." Creative Loafing Atlanta (September 14, 2010). At

Jackson, Tina. "Zero History Author William Gibson: Left to His Own Devices." Metro (August 31, 2010). At

McCool, Scott. "You Feelin' Cyber, Punk?: Get into the Mind of William Gibson.", 19:36 (September 9-15, 2010). At

Metzger, Richard. "William Gibson: Devo World: Remembrance of Things Fast." 21•C (September 13, 2010). At

Newitz, Annalee. " William Gibson Reveals a `Secret Experiment' in His Bridge Trilogy, and Ponders A.I." io9 (September 10, 2010). At

O'Connor, Stuart. "William Gibson: `I'm Agnostic about Technology. But I Want a Robotic Penguin.'" The Guardian, The Observer (August 29, 2010). At

Parsons, Michael. "Interview: Wired Meets William Gibson." (October 13, 2010). At

Pearson, Jesse. "Viceland Today: William Gibson." Vice (September 3, 2010). At

Perez, Hugo. "The Fascination of Old Denim: A Q + A with William Gibson on Marketing, Silicon Valley, and His Earliest Technological Memory." Mother Board (September 23, 2010). At

"Prophet of the Real: An Interview with William Gibson." Seattlest (September 6, 2010). At

Q, Shathley. "For Tomorrow: William Gibson, `Zero History' and The Present ... The Interview." PopMatters (September 13, 2010). At

Rutherford, Ryan. "Cyberpunk Pioneer William Gibson Returns to Austin." The Austinist (September 15, 2010). At

Thill, Scott. "William Gibson Talks Zero History, Paranoia and the Awesome Power of Twitter." (September 13, 2010). At

Ward, Mark. " William Gibson Says the Future Is Right Here, Right Now." BBC News (October 12, 2010). At

Williams, Maxwell. "Exclusive Interview: William Gibson." Flaunt (2010). At

2011: Bourré, August C. "An Interview with William Gibson." Canadian Notes & Queries (August 17, 2011). At

Cavanaugh, Amy. "Interview: William Gibson." The A.V. Club (October 14, 2011). At,62643/.

DuChateau, Christian. "Sci-fi Prophet Wraps High-Tech Trilogy." CNN (July 31, 2011). At

Frauenfelder, Mark. "William Gibson Interview: Boing Boing Exclusive." Boing Boing (September 1, 2011). At

Shattuck, Aaron, and Gary Stix. "Cities in Fact and Fiction: An Interview with William Gibson." Scientific American Online (August 26, 2011). At

Wallace-Wells, David. "William Gibson, The Art of Fiction No. 211." The Paris Review, No. 197 (Summer, 2011). Available at

"William Gibson, Novelist." The Setup (October 17, 2011). At [no interviewer given]

2012: Adams, John Joseph, and David Barr Kirtley. "Why William Gibson Distrusts Aging Futurists' Nostalgia." (February 8, 2012). [Transcript of podcast interview] At

Barber, John. "`You Can Never Know Your Own Culture': William Gibson." Toronto Globe and Mail, January 15, 2012. At

Chai, Barbara. "Sci-Fi Writer William Gibson on His iPad." The Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2012. At

――. "William Gibson Calls SOPA 'Draconian.'" The Wall Street Journal, January 17, 2012. At .

――. "William Gibson on Science Fiction and E-Reading." The Wall Street Journal, January 25, 2012. At .

Dayal, Geeta. "William Gibson on Punk Rock, Internet Memes, and `Gangnam' Style." (September 15, 2012). At .

――. "William Gibson on Twitter, Antique Watches and Internet Obsessions." (September 14, 2012). At .

――. "William Gibson on Why Sci-Fi Writers Are (Thankfully) Almost Always Wrong." (September 13, 2012). At .

Doherty, Mike. "William Gibson: I Really Can't Predict the Future." Salon (January 22, 2012). At

Hershkovits, David. "William Gibson Talks Facebook, the Kardashians and His New Book, Distrust That Particular Flavor." Papermag (January 3, 2012). At

Hicks, Jesse. "An Interview with William Gibson." The Verge (January 24, 2012). At

Kugelberg, Johan. "The Last Macro Tribe: Johan Kugelberg in Conversation with William Gibson and Jon Savage." (With Jon Savage) Punk: An Aesthetic. Edited by Johan Kugelberg. Essays by Jon Savage, Gibson, and Linder Sterling. New York: Rizzol1, 2012, 340-347.

Lackerbauer, Simone, and R. U. Sirius. "William Gibson on Mondo 2000 and 90s Cyberculture (Mondo 2000 History Project Entry #16)." Acceler8tor, May 20, 2012. At

Medley, Mark. "The Neuromantic: William Gibson's Latest Book is a Work of Science Non-Fiction." The National Post, January 16, 2012. At

Montgomery, Jesse. "Interview: William Gibson." Full Stop (January 31, 2012). At

Parish, Matt. "Trying to Find Now: William Gibson's Randomized Experience." The Boston Phoenix, January 4, 2012. At

"William Gibson: The Future Now." Nowness (January 1, 2012). At [no interviewer given]

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Film and Television Appearances [All unseen except No Maps for These Territories]

1967: Yorkville: Hippie Haven. Toronto: CBC, September 4, 1967. [Documentary narrated by and featuring Gibson as a purportedly representative "hippie" in Toronto, though he described its contents as largely fictional] Excerpt available at

1989: Decade: 1980-1989. MTV Networks, 1989. [Documentary]

1990: Cyberpunk. Intercon Productions, 1990. [Documentary]

Episode of The Late Show. London: BBC-TV, September 26, 1990.

1991: Hyperdelic E-Mission. [Documentary] Neoteny Video Label, 1991.

1993: Brave New Worlds: The Science Fiction Phenomenon. London: Arts Entertainment Network, 1993. [Documentary]

"Everything Must Go." Wild Palms. New York: ABC-TV, May 16, 1993.

Episode of TechnoPolitics. New York: PBS, October 29, 1993.

1994: Visions of Heaven and Hell. [Three-part documentary] Barraclough Carey Productions, 1994.

1995: The Making of Johnny Mnemonic. TriStar Pictures, 1995. [Short documentary]

1998: Rebels: A Journey Underground/Welcome to Cyberia. Filmwest Associates, 1998. [Documentary]

The Sci-Fi Files, 4: Living in the Future. WinStar, 1998. [Documentary]

The X-Files Movie Special. Twentieth-Century Fox, 1998. [Documentary]

2000: No Maps for These Territories: On the Road with William Gibson. Mark Neale Productions, 2000. [Documentary] Available at YouTube in ten parts, beginning at

2001: Mon Amour Mon Parapluie. Little Wonder Productions, 2001. [Short]

2002: Cyberman. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2002. [Documentary]

2003: Almost Real: Connecting in a Wired World. National Film Board of Canada, 2003. [Documentary]

"Bestseller Samtalen—William Gibson." Bestseller. Amsterdam: Danmarks Radio, February 27, 2003.

Episode of The Screen Savers. G4 Media: February 5, 2003.

2007: Episode of Webnation. Toronto: City-TV, September 17, 2007.

"Keanu Reeves." Filmography. Movie Central Network, 2007. [Exact air date unknown]

2010: "William Gibson." A Window Looking In. Knowledge Network, October, 2010. [Exact air date unknown]

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Adaptations of Gibson's Works

1988: Miles, Troy A. Neuromancer: A Cyberpunk Role-Playing Adventure. Interplay Productions, 1988. Unseen.

1993: Tomorrow Calling. London: Channel 4 Television Corporation, 1993. Adaptation of "The Gernsback Continuum." [Short television film]

1994: Neuromancer. Los Angeles: Time Warner Audio Books, 1994. [Audiobook] Abridged; read by author.

1995: Bisson, Terry. Johnny Mnemonic: A Novel. New York: Pocket Books, 1995. 246 pp. Based on the short story and film.

Johnny Mnemonic. Williams Electronic Games, 1995. [Pinball game]

Johnny Mnemonic: The Interactive Action Movie. Sony Electronic Publishing Company, 1995. [Computer game]

1999: William Gibson's Neuromancer. New York: Berkley Books, 1999. [Graphic novel]

2005: Binary Shift: Typographic Explorations of the Narratives of William Gibson. Pasadena, CA: Archetype Press, Art Center College of Design, 2005. Instructor Gloria Kondrup. Artists Mia Lin, Veronica Cipto, Alan Ramirez, Helen Chen, Tracy Gilbert, Kathryn Warren, David Chen, Christopher Hamilton, Patrick Lin, Terri Eliassen, Tiffany Powell, Ly Nguyen, Bory Chung, Ara Devejian, Karine Sekoian, Kyung-Ran Chang, and Kevin Wong. [Brief passages from Gibson's works employed in creative graphic artworks]

2006: New Rose Hotel. Pressman Films, 2006.

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William Gibson: A Secondary Bibliography

I. Books

Armitage, John, and Joanne Roberts, editors. Living with Cyberspace: Technology and Society in the 21st Century. New York: Continuum, 2002.

Cavallaro, Dani. Cyberpunk and Cyberculture: Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson. London and New Brunswick, NJ: Athlone Press, 2000.

Clune, Michael W. American Literature and the Free Market, 1945-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010.

Haney, William S. II. Cyberculture, Cyborgs and Science Fiction: Consciousness and the Posthuman. New York: Rodopi, 2006.

Hellekson, Karen. The Alternate History: Refiguring Historical Time. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 2001.

Henthorne, Tom. William Gibson: A Literary Companion. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011.

Heuser, Sabine. Virtual Geographies: Cyberpunk at the Intersection of the Postmodern and Science Fiction. New York: Rodopi, 2003.

Holz, Martin. Traversing Virtual Spaces: Body, Memory, and Trauma in Cyberpunk. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag Winter, 2006.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G. Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2008.

Olsen, Lance. William Gibson. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont, 1993.

Rapatzikou, Tatiani G. Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibson. Amsterdam and New York: Rodolpi, 2004.

Slusser, George E., and Tom Shippey, editors. Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1992.

Yaszek, Lisa. The Self Wired: Technology and Subjectivity in Contemporary Narrative. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Yoke, Carl B., and Carol L. Robinson, editors. The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, The Father of Cyberpunk Science Fiction: Critical and Interpretive Essays. Lewiston, New York: Mellen, 2007.

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II. Articles

Abramowitz, Rachel. "Dressed to Kilt." Premiere, 8:9 (May, 1995), 74.

Alkon, Paul. "Deus Ex Machina in William Gibson's Cyberpunk Trilogy." Fiction 2000, 75-87.

Annesley, James. " Netscapes: Gibson, Globalisation and the Representation of New Media." Forum for Modern Language Studies, 37:2 (April, 2001), 218-229.

Antoszek, Andrzej. "The Paradox of Postmodern Chaosm." Approaches to Fiction. Edited by Leszek S. Kolek. Lublin: Folium, 1996, 9-23.

Arich-Gerz, Bruno. "The Blithedale Neuromance." COPAS: Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies, 1 (2000). [no pagination]

――. " The Eye-con-tactile, Mesmerism and Literature: Seeing the Feel in Hawthorne's The Marble Faun and William Gibson's Idoru." ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality. Edited by Christian J. Emden and Gabrile Rippl. Oxford, England: Peter Lang, 2010, 167-183.           

Atherton, Graeme. "What Has William Gibson Got to Do with Radical Education?" Adults Learning, 8:8 (1997), 217-218.

Austin, Andrea. " Frankie and Johnny: Shelley, Gibson, and Hollywood's Love Affair with the Cyborg." Romanticism on the Net: An Electronic Journal Devoted to Romantic Studies, 21 (February, 2001). Available at

Barbour, Douglas. "William Gibson." Science Fiction Writers. Second Edition. Edited by Richard Bleiler. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999, 309-322.

Baxter, John. " William Gibson and the `Garage Kubrick.'" Film International, 1:3 (2003), 32-35.

Beehler, Michael. " Architecture and the Virtual West in William Gibson's San Francisco." Postwestern Cultures: Literature, Theory, Space. Edited by Susan Kollin. (pp. 82-94). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2007, 82-94.

Bell, Celina. "Canada's SF Writers." Quill and Quire, 55:1 (January, 1989), 20-21.

Bennington, Geoffrey. "Shelf Life." Bucknell Review: A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences, 46:2 (2003), 140-157.

Berlant, Lauren. "Intuitionists: History and the Affective Event." American Literary History, 20:4 (Winter, 2008), 845-860.

Berressem, Hanjo. "Of Metal Ducks, Embodied Iduros and Autopoietic Bridges - Tales of an Intelligent Materialism in the Age of Artificial Life." The Holodeck in the Garden: Science and Technology in Contemporary American Literature. Edited by Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004, 72-99.

Biddick, Kathleen. "Humanist History and the Haunting of Virtual Worlds: Problems of Memory and Rememoration." Genders, No. 18 (Winter, 1993), 47-66.

Bitterello, Maria B. "Shifting Realities? Changing Concepts of Religion and the Body in Popular Culture and Neopaganism." Journal of Contemporary Religion, 23:2 (May, 2008), 216-232.

Blackford, Russell, "Mirrors of the Future City: William Gibson's Neuromancer." Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature, 7:1 (1985), 18-22.

Bolhafner, J. Stephen. "Guide to Cyberspace." Starlog, 200 (March, 1994), 72-74, 87.

Booker, M. Keith. "Technology, History, and the Postmodern Imagination: The Cyberpunk Fiction of William Gibson." Arizona Quarterly, 50:4 (Winter, 1994), 63-87.

――, and Anne-Marie Thomas. "William Gibson (1948- )." The Science Fiction Handbook. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, 149-150.

――, and Anne-Marie Thomas. "William Gibson, Neuromancer (1984)." The Science Fiction Handbook. Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, 257-263.

Bould, Mark. "Taking the Dream Girls Apart: Molly, Eve VIII, Barb Wire." Femspec, 5:1 (2004), 18-36.

Brady, D. "Back to the Future." Maclean's, 104:17 (April 29, 1991), 63.

Brande, David. "The Business of Cyberpunk: Symbolic Economy and Ideology in William Gibson." Configurations, 2:3 (1994), 509-536.

Bredehoft, Thomas A. "The Gibson Continuum: Cyberspace and Gibson's Mervyn Kihn Stories." Science Fiction Studies, 22:2 (July, 1995), 252-263.

Brians, Paul. "Study Guide for William Gibson: Neuromancer (1984)." Privately posted, May, 1994. At

Brouillette, Sarah. "Corporate Publishing and Canonization: Neuromancer and Science Fiction Publishing in the 1970s and Early 1980s." Book History, 5:1 (2002), 187-208.

Bruzzi, Stella. " The Cobweb." CineAction, 63 (2004), 14-21.

Bukatman, Scott. "Amidst These Fields of Data: Allegory, Rhetoric, and the Paraspace." Critique, 33:3 (Spring, 1992), 199-end page number.

――. "Gibson's Typewriter." South Atlantic Quarterly, 92:4 (Fall, 1993), 627-645.

Burrows, Roger. "Virtual Culture, Urban Social Polarisation and Social Science Fiction." The Governance of Cyberspace. Edited by Brian Loader. New York: Routledge, 1996, 38-45.

Butler, Andrew M. "The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling (1990)." The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Themes, Works, and Wonders. Edited by Gary Westfahl. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005, 993-994.

――. "William Gibson: Neuromancer." A Companion to Science Fiction. Edited by David Seed. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005, 534-543.

Cadigan, Pat. "Lateral Genius and the Persistence of Neuromancer." Nova Express, 4:4 (Winter/Spring, 1998), 14.

Caesar, Terry. " Turning American: Popular Culture and National Identity in the Recent American Text of Japan." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory, 58:2 (Summer, 2002), 113-141.

Call, Lewis. "Anarchy in the Matrix: Postmodern Anarchism in the Novels of William Gibson and Bruce Sterling." Anarchist Studies, 7:2 (October, 1999), 99-117.

Calvert, Bronwen, and Sue Walsh. "Speaking the Body: The Embodiment of `Feminist' Cyberpunk." Speaking Science Fiction: Dialogues and Interpretations. Edited by Andy Sawyer and David Seed. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2000, 96-108.

Cheever, Leonard A. "Fantasies, Enigmas, and Electronic People: Three Types of `Ghosts' in Modern Fiction." Lamar Journal of the Humanities, 20:2 (Fall, 1994), 17-32.

Chen, Thomas M. "25 Years After Gibson's Neuromancer." IEEE Network, 23:6 (November/December, 2003), 2-3.

Cherniavsky, Eva. "(En)gendering Cyberspace in Neuromancer: Postmodern Subjectivity and Virtual Motherhood." Genders, No. 18 (Winter, 1993), 32-46.

Chi Hyun Park, Jane. "Stylistic Crossings." World Literature Today, 79:3/4 (September-December, 2005), 60-63.

Childers, Joseph, Townsend Carr, and Regna Meek. "White Men Can't ...: Decentering Authority and Jacking into Phallic Economies in William Gibson's Count Zero." Science Fiction, Canonization, Marginalization, and the Academy. Edited by Gary Westfahl and George Slusser. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002, 151-160.

Christie, John R. R. "Of Als and Others: William Gibson's Transit." Fiction 2000, 171-182.

――. "Science Fiction and the Postmodern: The Recent Fiction of William Gibson and John Crowley." Essays and Studies, 43 (1990), 34-58.

――. "A Tragedy for Cyborgs." Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology, 1:1 (1993), 171-196.

Chun, Wendy Hui Kyong. " Race and Software." Alien Encounters: Popular Culture in Asian America. Edited by Mim Thi Nguyen and Ngyuen Thuy Linh Tu. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2007, 305-329.

Clark, John. "Good-Bye, Mr. Chip." Premiere, 8:10 (June, 1995), 108.

Clark, Nigel. "Rear-View Mirrorshades: The Recursive Generation of the Cyberbody." Cyberspace/Cyberbodies/Cyberpunk: Cultures of Technological Embodiment. Edited by Mike Featherstone and Roger Burrows. London: Sage Publications, 1995, 113-134.

Clayton, Jay. " Cultural Patchwork in the Classroom: Shelley Jackson, Tom Stoppard, William Gibson, and Bruce Sterling Rewrite the Romantics." Romanticism and Contemporary Culture. Edited by Laura Mandell and Michael Eberle-Sinatra. College Park, MA: University of Maryland Press, 2002. [no pagination]

――. "Hacking the Nineteenth Century." Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century. Edited by John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000, 186-210.

Clover, Joshua. "The Future in Labor." Film Quarterly, 63:1 (Fall, 2009), 6-8.

Clute, John. "Neuromancer: William Gibson." SF: The Illustrated Encyclopedia. By John Clute. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1995, 232.

――. "William Gibson." SF: The Illustrated Encyclopedia. By John Clute. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 1995, 199.

Collado Rodríguez, Francisco. "On Dreams and Nightmares: Reflections on American Dystopia in the Cyberspace Era." Actas III Congreso de la Sociedad Española para el Estudio dos Estados Unidos/Spanish Association for American Studies (SAAS): Fin de Siglo: Crisis y nuevos principios/Century Ends: Crises and New Beginnings. Edited by María José Alvarez Maurín, Manuel Broncano Rodrígues, Camino Fernández Rabadán, and Cristina Garrigós González. León, Spain: Universidad de León, 1999, 73-80.

Concannon, Kevin. "The Contemporary Space of the Border: Gloria Anzaldua's Borderlands and William Gibson's Neuromancer." Textual Practice, 12:3 (Winter, 1998), 429-442.

Conn, Matthew. " The Cyberspatial Landscapes of William Gibson and Tad Williams." AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 96 (November, 2001), 207-219.

Conte, Joseph. "The Virtual Reader: Cybernetics and Technocracy in William Gibson and Bruce Sterling's The Difference Engine." The Holodeck in the Garden: Science and Technology in Contemporary American Literature. Edited by Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004, 28-52.

Cox, F. Brett. "Fragments of a Hologram Rose for Emily: William Gibson, Southern Writer." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 253-274.

Crighton, Anelie. "Among the Spirits of Cyberspace: An Analysis of the Shamanic Motifs in Neuromancer." Posthumanity: Merger and Embodiment. Edited by Adam W. Ruch and Ewan Kirland. [E-book] Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2009, 199-209. At .

Csicsery-Ronay, Istvan, Jr. "Antimancere: Cybernetics and Art in Gibson's Count Zero." Science Fiction Studies, 22:1 (March, 1995) 63-86.

――. "The Sentimental Futurist: Cybernetics and Art in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Critique, 33:3 (Spring, 1992), 221-240.

Curl, Ruth. "The Metaphors of Cyberpunk Ontology: Epistemology, and Science Fiction." Fiction 2000, 230-245.

Currey, L. W. "Work in Progress: William Gibson." The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 14 (October, 1989), 23.

Czarniawska, Barbara, and Eva Gustavsson. "The (D)evolution of the Cyberwoman?" Organization, 15:5 (September, 2008), 665-683.

Damyanov, Orlin. "Technology and Its Dangerous Effects on Nature and Human Life as Perceived in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and William Gibson's Neuromancer." Privately posted, 1996. At

Davidson, Cynthia. "Riveria's Golem, Haraway's Cyborg: Reading Neuromancer as Baudrillard's Simulation of Crisis." Science Fiction Studies, 23:2 (July, 1996), 188-198.

Davis, Erik. "A Cyberspace Odyssey." Nation, 248:18 (May 8, 1989), 636-639.

Deery, Jane. "The Biopolitics of Cyberspace: Piercy Hacks Gibson." Future Females, The Next Generation: New Voices and Velocities in Feminist Science Fiction Criticism. Edited by Marleen S. Barr. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000, 87-108.

De Haven, Tom. "Victoria's Computer Collaborators William Gibson and Bruce Sterling Scramble History and Technology in The Difference Engine, Their Novel of 19th-Century Inventiveness." Entertainment Weekly (April 5, 1991), 54.

Delany, Paul. "`Hardly the Center of the World': Vancouver in William Gibson's `The Winter Market.'" Vancouver : Representing the Postmodern City. Edited by Paul Delany. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp, 1994, 179-192.

Delany, Samuel R. "Zelazny/Varley/Gibson - and Quality, Part 1." The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 48 (August, 1992), 1, 10-13.

――. "Zelazny/Varley/Gibson - and Quality, Part 2." The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 49 (September, 1992), 1, 3-7.

Dever, Sean. "Quick Cuts: Cinematic Cyberspace." Cinefex, No. 62 (June, 1995), 17-18.

de Zwann, Victoria. "Rethinking the Slipstream: Kathy Acker Reads Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies, 24:3 (November, 1997), 459-470.

Disch, Thomas M. "The Champion of Cyberpunk: On Two Works by William Gibson." On SF. By Thomas M. Disch. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005, 144-146.

――. "Queen Victoria's Computers." On SF. By Thomas M. Disch. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005, 147-149.

Dolphin, Ric. "Master of the Virtual World." Maclean's, 105 (December 14, 1992), 44.

Dorr-Bremme, J. T. "The Performance of William Gibson's Tropes in Cyberpunk 2020." Performing the Force: Essays in Immersion into Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Environments. Edited by Kurt Lancaster and Tom Mikotowicz. Jefferson, N C: McFarland, 2001, 159-165.

Dorsey, Candas Jane. "Beyond Cyberspace." Books in Canada, 17:5 (June/July, 1988), 11-13.

Dudley, Joseph M. "The Body as Data in an Information Economy: Multiple Levels of Discourse in `Johnny Mnemonic.'" The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 113-122.

――, and Carol L. Robinson. "Selected Bibliography." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 301-316.

Dueck, Julie C. "Entertaining Memory: Mind Games of Love and War in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Perspectives on the Canadian Fantastic: Proceedings of the 1997 Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Edited by Alan Weiss. Toronto: ACCSFF, 1997, 99-109.

Dunn, Robin. "The Generative Edge." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, No. 87 (Spring, 2003), 73-93.

Easterbrook, Neil. "Alternate Presents: The Ambivalent Historicism of Pattern Recognition." Science Fiction Studies, 33:3 (November, 2006), 483-504.

――. "Neuromancer by William Gibson (1984)." The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Themes, Works, and Wonders. Three volumes. Edited by Gary Westfahl. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005, 1181-1193.

――. "Recognizing Patterns: Gibson's Hermeneutics from the Bridge Trilogy to Pattern Recognition." Beyond Cyberpunk: New Critical Perspectives. Edited by Graham J. Murphy and Sherryl Vint. New York: Routledge, 2010, 211-227, 46-64.

――. "William [Ford] Gibson (1948-)." Fifty Key Figures in Science Fiction. Edited by Mark Bould, Andrew M. Butler, Adam Roberts, and Sherryl Vint. New York: Routledge, 2010, 86-91.

Ekman, Ulrik. " Social Simulation in William Gibson's Neuromancer." American Studies in Scandinavia, 34:1 (2002), 84-116.

Elkins, Eric S. "Gibson Confronts His Own Demons." Denver Post, (February 9, 2003), EE2.

Elmer-Dewitt, Philip. "Welcome to Cyberspace." Time (Special Issue), 145:12 (Spring, 1995), 4.

Eoff, Amy K. "William Gibson's Virtual Light: The Conversational Construction of Chevette Washington." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 123-146.

Eriksen, Inge. "The Aesthetics of Cyberpunk." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 53 (Autumn, 1991), 36-46.

Erlich, Richard D. "Approaching Neuromancer: Guide to Neuromancer." SFRA Review, No. 238 (February, 1999), 7-17.

Fabijancic, Tony. "Space and Power: 19th Century Urban Practice and Gibson's Cyberworld." Mosaic, 32:1 (March, 1999), 105-130.

Fair, Benjamin. "Stepping Razor in Orbit: Postmodern Identity and Political Alternatives in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Critique, 46:2 (Winter, 2005), 92-103.

Farnell, Ross. "Posthuman Topologies: William Gibson's `Architexture' in Virtual Light and Idoru." Science Fiction Studies, 25:3 (November, 1998), 459-480.

Farrell, John A. "Cyberpunk: Sub-Genre of Science Fiction Postulates Future of High-Tech Hedonism, Despair." Bryan-College Station Eagle, June 4, 1989, C1, C4-C5.

Felperin, Leslie. "William Gibson." Sight & Sound, Supplement, 6:11 (November, 1996), 22.

Ferguson, Paul. "After the Past: Noir Legacies in an [Un]certain Future: William Gibson's Virtual Light and Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys." Crimeculture, (Winter, 1993), at

Fetherling, Douglas. "The Oracle At Kitsilano." Saturday Night, 109:10 (December, 1994), 82.

Foster, Derek. "The Banana-Skin Ballet of William Gibson." Pop Can: Popular Culture in Canada. Edited by Lynne Van Luven and Priscilla L. Walton. Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice Hall Allyn and Bacon Canada, 1999, 66-72.

Frelik, Pavel. "Return from the Implants: Cyberpunk's Schizophrenic Futures." Simulacrum America: The USA and the Popular Media. Edited by Elisabeth Kraus and Carolin Auer. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000, 87-94.

Garreau, Joel. "Cyberspaceman: Sci-Fi Writer William Gibson, Far Flung and Back Again." Washington Post, October 18, 1993, D1.

Gehr, Richard. "William Gibson: Cyberspace Is the Place." Austin Chronicle, 6:3 (October 10, 1986), 29.

Geraci, Robert M. "Robots and the Sacred in Science and Science Fiction: Theological Implications of Artificial Intelligence." Zygon, 42:4 (December, 2007), 961-980.

"Gibson, William (Ford), 1948-." Contemporary Authors. Volume 133. Edited by Susan M. Trotsky. Detroit: Gale Research, 1991, 146-150. [no author given]

"Gibson's Games." Maclean's, 108:23 (June 5, 1995), 60. [no author given]

Gill, Alexandra. "Back in the Here and Now: William Gibson Tells Alexandra Gill How Sept 11 Caused Him to Shift His New Novel into Real Time." Toronto Globe and Mail, February 8, 2003, 1.

Gillis, Stacy. "Gibson, William (1948- )." Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Edited by Robin A. Reid. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009, 144-145.

Gilzinger, Donald. "Approaching Neuromancer: Oldromance/Neuromancer." SFRA Review, No. 238 (February, 1999), 5-7.

――. "Approaching Neuromancer: Secondary Sources." SFRA Review, No. 238 (February, 1999), 17-18.

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――. "Landscape and Locodescription in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, No. 98 (Autumn, 2006), 16-27.

――. " Records, Projections, and the Dixie Flatline: Character Loops in La Invención de Morel and Neuromancer ."
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Swanstrom, Elizabeth. "Wax Blocks, Data Banks, and File #0467839: The Archive of Memory in William Gibson's Science Fiction." Interactions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 1:2 (2005). At

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "Comparative Metafiction: Somewhere Between Ideology and Rhetoric." Critique, 39:1 (Fall, 1997), 2-17.

――. "The Japanese Reflection of Mirrorshades." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Edited by Larry McCaffery. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1991, 366-373.

――. "Junk Art City: Or, William Gibson Meets Thomasson in Virtual Light." Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres, 2:1 (1996), 61-72.

Taylor, Paul A. "From Mit-Sein to Bit-Sein: Informational Pattern Recognition and the Chronicle of a Life Foretold." Information, Communication and Society, 11:6 (December, 2008), 781-798.

Teitelbaum, Sheldon. "Alien 3: William Gibson's `Neuroaliens.'" Cinefantastique, 22:6 (June, 1992), 12-13.

Thomas, Nicholas. "William Gibson Shifts `Pattern' to the Present." USA Today, February 20, 2003.

Thrall, James H. "Love, Loss and Utopian Community on William Gibson's Bridge." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, No. 91 (Summer, 2004), 97-115.

Tobeck, Janine. "Discretionary Subjects: Decision and Participation in William Gibson's Fiction." Modern Fiction Studies, 56:2 (Summer, 2010), 378-400.

Tomas, David. "Old Rituals for New Space: Rites de Passage and William Gibson's Cultural Model of Cyberspace." Cyberspace: First Steps. Edited by Michael Benedikt. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991. pp. 31-48.

――. "The Technophilic Body: On Technicity in William Gibson's Cyborg Culture." New Formations, 8 (1989), 113-129.

Townsend, Aubrey. "Survival in Cyberspace." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, No. 78 (Spring, 2000), 25-33.

Turner, Alice K. " Over There in Barrytown They Do Things Very Strange." The New York Review of Science Fiction, 18:12 (No. 216) (August, 2006), 21-22.

Vint, Sherryl. "Afterword: The World Gibson Made." Beyond Cyberpunk: New Critical Perspectives. Edited by Graham J. Murphy and Vint. New York: Routledge, 2010, 211-227, 228-233.

Vistarchi, Angela. "Cyperpunk in Gibson's Sprawl Trilogy." Technology and the American Imagination: An Ongoing Challenge. Edited by Francesca B. De Riz and Rosella M. Zorzi. Venezia: Supernova, 1994, 509-515.

Vitas, Alen. "Warp 9 to Hyperreality: Information Velocity and the End of the Space Age." Simulacrum America: The USA and the Popular Media. Edited by Elizabeth Kraus and Carolin Auer. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000, 122-135.

Voller, Jack G. "Neuromanticism: Cyberspace and the Sublime." Extrapolation, 34:1 (Spring, 1993), 18-29.

Wahl, Wendy. "Bodies and Technologies: Dora, Neuromancer, and Strategies of Resistance." Postmodern Culture, 3:2 (January, 1993). [E-journal].

Wark, McKenzie. "Codework: From Cyberspace to Biospace: From Neuromancer to Gattica." Living With Cyberspace: Technology and Society in the 21st Century. Edited by John Armitage and Joanne Roberts. New York: Continuum, 2002, 72-82.

Warsh, David. "Cyberspace: What Is in It for You?" Boston Globe, May 30, 1993, 65.

Wegner, Phillip E. " Recognizing the Patterns." New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation, 38:1 (Winter, 2007), 183-200.

――. "The Last Bomb: Historicizing History in Terry Bisson's Fire on the Mountain and Gibson and Sterling's The Difference Engine." Comparatist: Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association, 23 (May, 1999), 141-151.

Weiss, Dennis M. " Digital Ambivalence: Utopia, Dystopia, and the Digital Cosmos." The Utopian Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Twentieth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Edited by Martha Bartter and Thomas J. Morrissey. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004, 67-80.

Westfahl, Gary. "`The Gernsback Continuum': William Gibson in the Context of Science Fiction." Fiction 2000, 88-108.

Wetmore, Alex. "The Poetics of Pattern Recognition: William Gibson's Shifting Technological Subject." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 27:1 (2007), 71-80.

White, Tim. "William Gibson: Exploring the Newest Frontier." Mindsparks, 2:1 (1994), 35-36.

Wilkinson, Gary. "Alien Influences." Vector, No. 202 (November/December, 1998), 18-21.

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"William Gibson 1948-." Contemporary Literary Criticism, 192 (2004), 90-210. [no author given]

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"William Gibson: New Futures, Just on the Horizon." Hailing Frequencies (Waldenbooks), No. 8 (1993), 1, 3-5, 13.

Yoke, Carl B. "The Antiheroes of Gibson's `Sprawl' Stories." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 235-252.

――. "Fogging Johnny Mneumonic." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, 99-112.

――. "Preface: The Magical Wardrobe." The Cultural Influences of William Gibson, i-viii.

Yu, Timothy. "Oriental Cities, Postmodern Futures: Naked Lunch, Blade Runner, and Neuromancer." Melus, 33:4 (Winter, 2008), 45-71.

Yule, Jeffrey. "The Marginalized Short Stories of William Gibson: `Hinterlands' and `The Winter Market." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 58 (Summer, 1993), 76-84.

――. "William Gibson: A Cyberpunk Examined." The Mage, 7 (Spring, 1987), 48-50.

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