William Gibson

William Gibson, an American-Canadian science-fiction writer, is the author of 10 novels, including Neuromancer, Virtual Light, and Zero History. He is credited as being the first to coin the word "cyberspace" in his short story Burning Chrome. Cyberpunk Prophet.  

"Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts."

        – Neuromancer


ARTICLES FEATURING WILLIAM

William Gibson’s Breakfast Burrito

“The Peripheral is thus less interested in specifying two fully articulated hypothetical futures than in inviting us to reflect on our present-day imaginative relationship to the future …”...


CALIFORNIA in/and SCIENCE FICTION

SF in CA: Rob Latham, Catherine Liu, Jonathan Alexander, Gregory Benford and others dicuss the history and future of science fiction in California....


Advertising Degree Zero: William Gibson’s “Zero History”


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