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The Peripheral:
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William Gibson returns with his first novel since 2010’s New York Times–bestselling Zero History. more...


Distrust That Particular Flavor:
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These essays and articles have never been collected—until now. Some have never appeared in print at all. more...


Zero History:
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Hollis Henry is an investigative journalist, on assignment from a magazine called Node. Node doesn't exist yet, which is fine; she's used to that. more...


Spook Country:
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Tito is in his early twenties. Born in Cuba, he speaks fluent Russian, lives in one room in a NoLita warehouse, and does delicate jobs involving information transfer. more...


Pattern Recognition:
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PATTERN RECOGNITION is William Gibson's best book since he rewrote all the rules in NEUROMANCER. - Neil Gaimanmore...


Neuromancer:
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Here is the novel that started it all, launching the cyberpunk generation, and the first novel to win the holy trinity of science fiction: the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award and the Philip K. Dick Award. With Neuromancer, William Gibson introduced the world to cyberspace--and science fiction has never been the same. more...


Idoru:
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The author of the ground-breaking science-fiction novels Neuromancer and Virtual Light returns with a fast-paced, high-density, cyber-punk thriller. more...


All Tomorrow's Parties:
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William Gibson, who predicted the Internet with Neuromancer, takes us into the millennium with a brilliant new novel about the moments in history when futures are born. more...


Count Zero:
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A stylish, streetsmart, frighteningly probable parable of the future and sequel to Neuromancer. more...


Other Gibson Titles
  • Burning Chrome
  • Mona Lisa Overdrive
  • Johnny Mnemonic: The Screenplay
  • The Difference Engine [with Bruce Sterling]
  • Virtual Light
 

Resources on William Gibson

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Internet Sources:
General Sites | Writing by Gibson Available on the Internet | Interviews with Gibson available on the Internet | Writing about Gibson Available on the Internet
Printed Sources:
Writing by Gibson | Interviews with Gibson | Writing about William Gibson: Reference Works | Books, Book Chapters and Dissertations | Journal Articles | General Magazines | Newspapers | Reviews

Born March 17, 1948. From the dust jacket of Virtual Light:
William Gibson is the Hugo and Nebula award-winning author of the Cyberspace trilogy: Neuromancer, Count Zero, and Mona Lisa Overdrive, and is the co-author (with Bruce Sterling) of The Difference Engine. Gibson's widely acclaimed short stories are collected in Burning Chrome. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his family.

Internet Sources

General Sites

William Gibson is posting frequently to Twitter with the name GreatDismal. He is not updating his blog frequently.

  • About William Gibson from Penguin Books (US)
  • Cognitive Dissidents brief information about Gibson, and some quotes, last updated February 4, 2003.
  • Internet Movie Database entry for Gibson as film writer, actor, and miscellaneous crew member.
  • Library of Congress catalog search for Gibson as an author.
  • No Maps for these Territories "interview and conversation with Gibson in the back of a travelling limo about his writing, his views on technology, the Internet, and the future." [QuickTime required] from a film documentary.
  • Olsen, Lance Annotated bibligraphy brief, copyright 1992.
  • Penguin Group publisher of Gibson books in print and electronic form.
  • Westfahl. Gary. William Gibson Bibliography, 4 March 2015.
  • Wikipedia entry on William Gibson (novelist)
  • William Gibson official website, mostly promotional, with five sections: Books by William Gibson, Source Code (biography), Blog, Links (writing by and about Gibson), Discussion (message board).
  • William Gibson Bibliography / Mediagraphy An opinioned and detailed listing of works by Gibson, links to Internet sites, and interviews.
  • William Gibson web ring list of sites.
  • Zenari, Vivian. "William Gibson." Athabasca University. March 09, 2011 2011. <http://www2.athabascau.ca/cll/writers/english/writers/wgibson/wgibson.php>.

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Writing by Gibson Available on the Internet (see also Printed Sources: General Magazines below)

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Interviews with Gibson available on the Internet

See alsoInterviews with Gibson in the Printed section.

  • Across the Border to Spook Country: An Interview with William Gibson by Amazon.com senior editor Tom Nissley.
  • Anders, Charlie Jane. William Gibson: The Complete io9 Interview. Sept. 28, 2012.
  • Beers, David. William Gibson Hates Futurists. The Tyee. October 18, 2007.
  • Bourre, August C. An Interview with William Gibson. Canadian Notes & Queries. 17 Aug. 2011.
  • Canadian Broadcasting Company's "CBC Studio One Book Club" interview with Gibson. No text, RealAudio® only. In four parts. Recorded March 10, 2003.
  • Cavanaugh, Amy. William Gibson. Oct. 14, 2011.
  • An interview with William Gibson conducted by Dan Josefsson on November 23, 1994 in Stockholm, Sweden. With two versions of an audio clip in AU format where Gibson defines "cyberspace." Text of interview is included.
  • IT Conversations, Tech Nation - William Gibson (Windows & MP3 streams or download "[runtime: 00:18:56, 8.7 mb, recorded 2004-02-10]")
  • NextFest: The Shape of Things to Come from Wired Issue 12.05, May 2004.
  • National Public Radio (U.S.) report on Pattern Recognition. Aug. 18, 2003.
  • Clarke, Maximus. Maximus Clarke talks with William Gibson about his “speculative novels of last Wednesday.” Sept. 22, 2010.
  • Doctorow, Cory. William Gibson Interview Transcipt. Nov. 23, 1999.
  • Gibson, Emma Albarez. William Gibson on Wa-Wa Pedals, Emotional Bandwidth, and Space Castles. Jack Move. Sept. 25, 2010.
  • Lawley, Sue. "William Gibson." BBC. No date No date. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/features/desert-island-discs/castaway/3ade8915#p00941v7BB>.
  • Parker, T. Virgil William Gibson: Sci-Fi Icon Becomes Prophet of the PresentCollege Crier Online Summer 2007 vol. 6 #2.
  • Rosenberg, Scott. Writing a novel like this is like inviting the zeitgeist in for tea. Aaudio. Aug. 13, 2007.
  • Sarah Salway and William Gibson CBC British Columbia audio recording. Sept. 2, 2011.
  • This Week in Science Sept. 12, 2006 "Re-play from the Archives of Interview w/ William Gibson"
  • Interview by Mark Shepherd in Ottawa X-Press Sept. 22, 1993. Text only.
  • "Queen Victoria's Personal Spook, Psychic Legbreakers, Snakes and Catfood: An Interview with William Gibson and Tom Maddox" by Darren Wershler-Henry. Text only.
  • Shattuck, Aaron; Stix, Gary. Cities in Fact and Fiction: An Interview with William Gibson. September 2011.
  • Wallace-Wells, David. "William Gibson, The Art of Fiction No. 211." Paris Review #211, 2010.
  • William Gibson: The Rolling Stone 40th Anniversary Interview. Nov. 7, 2007.
  • William Gibson Interview by Giuseppe Salza Text only. Released March 1, 1995.
  • Zero History author William Gibson: Left to his own devices Tina Jackson August 31, 2010 "Award-winning author William Gibson talks to Metro about moving away from the sci-fi genre into something more ambiguous for his latest book, Zero History."

Writing about Gibson Available on the Internet

  • Damyanov, Orlin. Technology and its dangerous effects on nature and human life as perceived in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and William Gibson's Neuromancer.
  • Darbyshire, Peter. Back to Futures Past. " A new crop of Canadian sci-fi writers abandons cyberpunk for a more classic approach."
  • Ettinghausen, Jeremy. "In Cyberspace everyone can hear you scream" The Penguin Blog, no date.
  • Grossman, Lev. William Gibson Serves Up Zero History. Time Sept. 18, 2010
  • Gunn, Eileen K. Difference Dictionary a list of terms and references used in The Difference Engine.
  • Jones, Thomas. William Gibson: beyond cyberspace.
  • Kietzman, Krzysztof. "Constructs of Innocence in Selected Works of Cyberpunk and Postcyberpunk Fiction." Masters. University of Warsaw, 2013.
  • Leonard, Andrew. Virtual Velvet Underground. Review of All Tomorrow's Parties From Wired, issue 7.10, Oct. 1999.
  • Misra, Ria. "The Unexpected Similarities Between Alien and Neuromancer." io9. 3 March 2015. Web. 4 March 2015.
  • Rucker, Rudy. Logomancer. Review of Pattern Recognition From Wired, issue 11.02, Feb. 2003.
  • Strange, Adario. "Cyberspace author William Gibson touting latest novel in Second Life." Wired Blogs (Epicenter) July 11, 2007.
  • Swanwick, Michael. "Two Short Fiction Reviews." Flogging Bagel December 21, 2010. [Review of Gibson story "Dougal Disincarnate" in collection Darwin's Bastards.]
  • Wahl, Wendy. "Bodies and Technologies: Dora, Neuromancer, and Strategies of Resistance."Postmodern Culture: An Electronic Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism 3:2 (January 1993) 35 paragraphs.
  • Wired Magazine and web site search for "William Gibson."

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Printed Sources

Writing by Gibson

Books
  • Gibson, William. All tomorrow's parties. New York : Putnam Pub Group, 1999.
  • Gibson, William. Burning chrome. New York : Arbor House, c1986.
  • Gibson, William. Burning chrome. New York : Ace, 1994.
  • Gibson, William. Count Zero. New York : Arbor House, c1986.
  • Gibson, William. The difference engine. New York : Bantam Books, 1991.
  • Gibson, William. Distrust that particular flavor.. New York : G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2012.
  • Gibson, William. "Dougal Discarnate" in Darwin's Bastards. Vancouver : Douglas & McIntyre, 2010.
  • Gibson, William. Idoru. New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1996.
  • Gibson, William. Idoru. New York : Putnam, 1996.
  • Gibson, William. Idoru. [sound recording] New York : Putnam, 1996.
  • Gibson, William. Johnny Mnemonic. New York : Ace Books, c1995.
  • Gibson, William. Mona Lisa overdrive. Toronto ; New York : Bantam Books, 1988.
  • Gibson, William. Neuromancer. New York : Ace Books, c1984.
  • Gibson, William. Neuromancer. 1st Phantasia Press ed. West Bloomfield, Mich. : Phantasia Press, 1986, c1984.
  • Gibson, William. Neuromancer [sound recording] [abridged by Jeffrey Gorney ; text edited by John Whitman ; original music, Stuart Argabright, William Barg and Black Rain ; music by U2 ; words by The Edge]. Los Angeles, Calif. : Time Warner Audio Books, p1994. 5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Gibson, William. Neuromancer. 1st Ace hardcover ed. New York : Ace Books, 1994.
  • Gibson, William. Pattern recognition. New York : Berkeley, February 2004.
  • Gibson, William. Pattern recognition. New York : Putnam, February 2003.
  • Gibson, William. The peripheral. New York : Putnam, 2014.
  • Gibson, William. Spook country. New York : Putnam, August 2007.
  • Gibson, William. "Thirteen views of a cardboard city." inRewired: The post-Cyberpunk anthology. Tachyon Publications, 2007. (Also listed as Chicago, IL: Independent Pub Group, 2007).
  • Gibson, William. Virtual Light. New York : Bantam Books, 1993.
  • Gibson, William. Zero History. New York : G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2010.

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General Magazines
  • Gibson, William. "Disneyland with the Death Penalty"Wired 1.04 (September/October 1993).
  • Gibson, William. "Dead man sings." Forbes (November 30, 1998 supplement) : 177. ["The Big Issue III: Fifty-Seven Minds on Time."]
  • Gibson, William. "God's Little Toys". Wired 13:7 (July 2005).
  • Gibson, William. "My own private Tokyo." Wired 9:9 (September 2001) : 117-119.
  • Gibson, William. "My obsession." Wired 7:1 (January 1999) : 102-105, 156-158. [about eBay]
  • Gibson, William. "The Net Is a Waste of Time." New York Times Magazine. (July 14, 1996) : 6:31.
  • Gibson, William. "New fiction: Lo Rez Skyline." Rolling Stone 735 (May 30, 1996) : 34A-T6+. [excerpt from Idoru]
  • Gibson, William. "Notes on a process." Wired 3:6 (June 1995) : 157-159+.
  • Gibson, William. "Q&A: William Gibson." PC Magazine 26:3 (February 6, 2007) : 19.
  • Gibson, William. "Science: William Gibson's fiction of cyber-eternity may become a reality." Hq Magazine 63 (March 1, 1999) : 122.
  • Gibson, William "U2's city of blinding lights." Wired 13:8 (August 2005) : 124-129.
  • Gibson, William. "Will We Plug Chips Into Our Brains." Time 155:25 (June 19, 2000): 84.
  • Gibson, William. "William Gibson's filmless festival." Wired 7:10 (October 1999): 226-229.

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Interviews
  • Catchpole, Terry. "Cyberpunk." Entertainment Weekly 106 (21 Feb 1992) : 62-63.
  • "Cyberpunk era." Whole Earth Review 63 (Summer 1989) : 78-82.
  • Denison, D. C. "William Gibson." Boston Globe 10 Oct 1993 : BGM8.
  • Hamburg, Victoria; Aaron Rapoport. "The king of cyberpunk." Interview 19:1 (Jan 1989) : 84-88.
  • Killheffer, Robert K. J. "William Gibson." Publishers Weekly 240:36 (6 Sep 1993) : 70-71.
  • McIntyre, Tom. William Gibson: Live and Unmediated." Mondo 2000. 16 (Winter/Spring 1997) : 48-55.
  • "Q&A: William Gibson." Popular Science 259:4 (Oct 2001) 63.
  • "Watch this way." Wired 12 (May 2004) : 156 - 157, 160. ["A conversation about the anytime, anyware TV of tomorrow." Gibson was a participant along with three others.]
  • "William Gibson" Newsweek 141:8 (24 February 2003) : 75.

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Writing about William Gibson

Reference Works
  • "Gibson, William (Ford) 1948- ." Contemporary Authors Ed. Susan M. Trosky. Volume 126. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1989.
  • Kozikowski, Thomas. "Gibson, William (Ford) 1948- ." Contemporary Authors Ed. Susan M. Trosky. Volume 133. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1991. [with 2 1/2 pages of text, including biographical and critical information]
  • "William Gibson." Contemporary Literary Criticism Ed. Sharon K. Hall. Volume 39. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1986. [with six pages of excerpts from writing about Gibson]
  • "William Gibson." Contemporary Literary Criticism Ed. Roger Matuz. Volume 63. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1991. [with twelve pages of excerpts from writing about Gibson]

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Books, Book Chapters and Dissertations
  • Alkon, Paul. "Deus Ex Machina in William Gibson's Cyberpunk Trilogy." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Eds. George Slusser; Tom Shippey. Athens : University of Georgia P, 1992. 75-87.
  • Angulo, Michael Marty. "Random Access Memories: Mechanism and Metaphor in the Fiction of William Gibson," diss., University of Illinois, Urbana, 1993, DAI 54:11 (May 1994) : 4086A.
  • Arich-Gerz, Bruno. "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. Ed. Gabriele Rippl. Oxford, England: Peter Lang, 2010. 167-183.
  • Bukatman, Scott. "Gibson's Typewriter." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham : Duke University Press, 1994. 71-89.
  • Cavallaro, Dani. Cyberpunk and Cyberculture : Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson. Athlone Press, 2000 (hardback) and 2001 (paperback).
  • Chang, Edmond Y. "Technoqueer: Re/Con/Figuring Posthuman Narratives." Diss. University of Washington, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2012. 3552748.
  • Christie, John. "Of AIs and Others: William Gibson's Transit." Eds. George Slusser; Tom Shippey. Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Athens : University of Georgia P, 1992. 171-82.
  • Clune, Michael W. "Beyond Realism." Reading Capitalist Realism. 195-212. Iowa City, IA: U of Iowa P, 2014
  • Curl, Ruth. "The Metaphors of Cyberpunk Ontology: Epistemology, and Science Fiction." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Eds. George Slusser; Tom Shippey. Athens : University of Georgia P, 1992. 230-45.
  • Delany, Paul. "'Hardly the Center of the World': Vancouver in William Gibson's 'The Winter Market'." Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City. Ed. Paul Delany. Vancouver, BC : Arsenal Pulp, 1994. 179-92.
  • Griffith, Michael. "Visualizing Virtual Space In Modern And Postmodern Literature." Dissertation Abstracts International 76.2 (2015): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 1 July 2015.
  • Harper, Mary Catherine. "Postmodern Figurations of Symbolic America: The Body Which No Longer Recognizes Paradox." diss., Bowling Green State University, 1993, DAI 53:8 (Feb. 1993) : 2313A.
  • Henthorne, Tom. William Gibson: A Literary Companion. Jefferson, NC: McFarland; 2011.
  • Jameson, Fredric. "Fear and Loathing in Globalization." Literature and Globalization: A Reader. Connell, Liam (ed. and introd.); Nicky Marsh (ed. and introd.). London, England : Routledge; 2011. 244-251.
  • Jarvis, Brian. "'It is always another World': Mapping the Global Imaginary in William Gibson's Pattern Recognition." Land & Identity: Theory, Memory, and Practice. Ed. Christine Berberich, Neil Campbell, and Robert Hudson. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2012. 235-257.
  • Konstantinou, Lee. "Wipe That Smirk Off Your Face: Postironic Literature and the Politics of Character." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 70.10 (2010): 3853-3854.
  • Laidlaw, Marc. "Virtual Surreality: Our New Romance with Plot Devices." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham : Duke University Press, 1994. 91-112.
  • McCaffery, Larry. "An Interview with William Gibson." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Ed. Larry McCaffery. Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 1991. 263-85.
  • Milman, David. "Cybernetic Opium Eating, The Kantian Use Of Human Beings And Neuromancing The Gothic Imagination: A Narrative Link." The Canadian Fantastic in Focus: New Perspectives. 44-54. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015.
  • Morwood, Nicholas. "Sovereignty, The State Of Exception And Counter-Culture: Toward A Transnational Critique Of State Power In 20Th And 21St Century Anglophone Fiction." Dissertation Abstracts International 76.4 (2015): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 1 July 2015.
  • Pizzino, Christopher J. "Religion in Postmodern Science Fiction: A Case Study in Secularity." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 70.3 (2009): 868. [Degree granted at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ USA]
  • Schwenger, Peter. "Agrippa: Or, The Apocalyptic Book." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham : Duke University Press, 1994. 61-70.
  • Sims, Christopher A. Tech Anxiety: Artificial Intelligence And Ontological Awakening In Four Science Fiction Novels. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013.
  • Slocombe, Will. "Of Machine Gods and Technological Daemons: Divine Patterns in Contemporary Fictions of Technology" Writing America into the Twenty-First Century: Essays on the American Novel Ed. Anne-Marie Evans. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 138-154.
  • Sykes, Rachel. "A Failure Of Imagination? Problems In 'Post-9/11' Fiction." Recovering 9/11 in New York. 248-262. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2014.
  • Tatsumi, Takayuki. "The Japanese Reflection of Mirrorshades." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Ed. Larry McCaffery. Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 1991. 366-73.
  • Tobeck, Janine. "The Man In The Klein Blue Suit: Searching For Agency In William Gibson's Bigend Trilogy." Blast, Corrupt, Dismantle, Erase: Contemporary North American Dystopian Literature. 29-44. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2014.
  • Wedemeyer, Alex E. "Technology, Cognition, And Narrative: Literary Explorations In Neuromancer, Snow Crash, Galatea 2.2, Accelerando, And Embassytown." Dissertation Abstracts International 76.6 (2015): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 14 Oct. 2015.
  • Westfahl, Gary. "'The Gernsback Continuum': William Gibson in the Context of Science Fiction." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Eds. George Slusser; Tom Shippey. Athens : University of Georgia P, 1992. 88-108.
  • Wilson, Robert G. "You Can't Get There From Here: Movement SF And The Picaresque." Dissertation Abstracts International 75.8 (2015): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 17 Apr. 2015.

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Journal Articles
  • Biddick, Kathleen. "Humanist history and the haunting of virtual worlds: Problems of memory and rememoration." GendersGenders 18 (Winter 1993) : 47-66.
  • Blackford, Russell. "Mirrors of the future city: William Gibson's Neuromancer." Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature 7:1 (1985) : 18-22.
  • Blackford, Russell. "Reading the ruined cities." Science Fiction Studies 31:2 (July 2004) : 264-270.
  • Booker, M. Keith. "Technology, history, and the postmodern imagination: the cyberpunk fiction of William Gibson." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 50:4 (Winter 1994) : 63-87.
  • Bredehoft, Thomas A. "The Gibson continuum: cyberspace and Gibson's Mervyn Kihn stories." Science Fiction Studies 22:2 (July 1995) : 252-63.
  • Briggs, Robert. "The Future Of Prediction: Speculating On William Gibson's Meta-Science-Fiction." Textual Practice 27.4 (2013): 671-693.
  • Bukatman, Scott. "Gibson's typewriter." South Atlantic Quarterly 92:4 (Fall 1993) : 627-45.
  • Cherniavsky, Eva. "(En)gendering cyberspace in Neuromancer: Postmodern subjectivity and virtual motherhood." Genders 18 (Winter 1993) : 32-46.
  • Christie, John R. R. "Science Fiction and the Postmodern: the recent fiction of William Gibson and John Crowley." Essays and Studies n.s. 43 (1990) : 34-58.
  • Csicsery Ronay, Istvan, Jr. "Antimancer: cybernetics and art in Gibson's Count Zero." Science Fiction Studies. 22:1 (March 1995) : 63-86.
  • Csicsery Ronay, Istvan, Jr. "The Sentimental futurist: cybernetics and art in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 33:3 (Spring 1992) : 221-40.
  • Dargis, Manohla. "Cyber Johnny." Sight and Sound 5:7 (July 1995) : 6-7.
  • Davidson, Cynthia. "Riviera's golem, Haraway's cyborg: Reading Neuromancer as Baudrillard's simulation of crisis." Science-Fiction Studies Part 2 23 (July 1996) : 188-198.
  • de Zwann, Victoria. "Rethinking the slipstream: Kathy Acker reads Neuromancer. Science-Fiction Studies 24:3 (73) (November 1997): 459-470.
  • Delany, Samuel R. "Zelazny/Varley/Gibson and Quality, Part 1." The New York Review of Science Fiction 48, 1 (August 1992) : 10-13.
  • Eriksen, Inge. "The aesthetics of cyberpunk." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction 53 (Autumn 1991) : 36-46.
  • 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 26:3 (Nov 1998) : 459-460.
  • Fischlin, Daniel; Hollinger, Veronica; Taylor, Andrew. "'The Charisma Leak' : A conversation with William Gibson and Bruce Sterling." Science Fiction Studies 19:1 (56) (March 1992) : 1-16.
  • Frentz, Thomas S. "Transcending Embodiment: Communication In The Posthuman Condition." Southern Communication Journal 79.1 (2014): 59-72.
  • Grimstad, Paul C. "Algorithm -- Genre -- linguisterie: "Creative Distortion" in Count
    Zero and Nova Express." Journal of Modern Literature 27:4 (Summer 2004) : 82-92.
  • Glazer, Miriyam. "'What Is Within Now Seen Without': Romanticism, Neuromanticism, and the death of the imagination in William Gibson's fictive world." Journal of Popular Culture 23:3 (Winter 1989) : 155-164.
  • Gordon, Mel. "A history of the theater of the future (to 1984)." Theater 26:1-2 (1995) : 12-32.
  • Grace, Dominick M. "From Videodrome to Virtual Light: David Cronenberg and William Gibson." Extrapolation 44:3 (September 2003): 344-357.
  • Grant, Glenn. "Transcendence through detournement in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies 17:1 (50) (March 1990) : 41-49.
  • Gutiérrez-Jones, Carl. "Stealing Kinship: Neuromancer And Artificial Intelligence." Science Fiction Studies 41.1 [122] (2014): 69-92.
  • Haslam, Jason. "Coded Discourse: Romancing the (Electronic) Shadow in 'The Matrix.'" College Literature 32:3 (Summer 2005) : 92-115.
  • Hicks, Heather J. "'Whatever it is that she's since become': Writing bodies of text and bodies of women in James Tiptree, Jr.'s 'The Girl Who Was Plugged In' and William Gibson's 'The Winter Market'." Contemporary Literature 37:1 (Spring 1996) : 62-93.
  • Hollinger, Veronica. "Cybernetic deconstructions: cyberpunk and Postmodernism." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature. 23:2 (Spring 1990) : 29-44.
  • Huntington, John. "Newness, Neuromancer, and the end of narrative." Essays and Studies 43 (1990) : 59-75.
  • Jonas, Gerald. "The disappearing $2,000 book." New York Times Book Review (Aug 29, 1993) : 12-13.
  • Jones, Christine Kenyon. "SF and Romantic biofictions: Aldiss, Gibson, Sterling, Powers." Science-Fiction Studies 24:1 (71) (March 1997) : 47-56.
  • Jones, Gwyneth. "Art, Forward Slash, Science." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 119:3 (May 2004) : 526-529.
  • Klein, Herbert. "From Romanticism to Virtual Reality: Charles Babbage, William Gibson and the Construction of Cyberspace." Interdisciplinary Humanities 24:1 (Spring 2007) : 36-50.
  • Ladegaard, Jakob. "Cowboys And Vampires: Eastern European Encounters In American Fiction." Orbis Litterarum 70.1 (2015): 32-66. .
  • Laidlaw, Marc. "Virtual surreality: our new romance with plot devices." South Atlantic Quarterly 92:4 (Fall 1993) : 647-68.
  • Latham, Rob. "Cyberpunk = Gibson = Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies 20:2 (60) (July 1993) : 266-72.
  • Lindberg, Kathryne V. "Prosthetic mnemonics and prophylactic politics: William Gibson among the subjectivity mechanisms." Boundary 2 23:2 (Summer 1996) : 47-83.
  • Linton, Patricia. "The 'Person' in Postmodern Fiction: Gibson, Le Guin, and Vizenor." Studies in American Indian Literatures: The Journal of the Association for the Study of American Indian Literatures, 5:3 (Fall 1993) : 3-11.
  • McAvan, Em. "Paranoia in Spook Country: William Gibson and the Technological Sublime of the War on Terror." Journal of Postcolonial Writing 46.3-4 (2010): 405-13.
  • McGuirk, Carol. "Gibson, cyberpunk, postmodernism - William Gibson by Lance Olsen." Science-Fiction Studies Part 1 20 (March 1993) : 114-116.
  • McHale, Brian. "Difference engines." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 5:4 (Oct 1992) : 220-23.
  • Maddox, Tom. "Cobra, she said: an interim report on the fiction of William Gibson." Fantasy Review 9:4 (90) (April 1986) : 46-48.
  • Malewitz, Raymond. "William Gibson's Paternity Test." Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology 19.1 (2011): 25-48.
  • Mead, David G. "Technological transfiguration in William Gibson's Sprawl Novels: Neuromancer, Count Zero, and Mona Lisa Overdrive." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 32:4 (Winter 1991) : 350-60.
  • Mills, Alan. "Literatura Hacker Y La Creación Del Nahual Del Lector." Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos 744.(2012): 13-30.
  • Murphy, Graham J. "A Beautiful Mosaic Of Words." Science Fiction Studies 42.1 (2015): 185-187. Print. 24 Feb. 2015.
  • Myers, Tony. "The postmodern imaginary in William Gibson's 'Neuromancer'" Modern Fiction Studies, 47:4 (Winter 2001) : 887. Article in HTML or article in PDF (through Project Muse, subscription required).
  • Nixon, Nicola. "Cyberpunk: preparing the ground for revolution or keeping the boys satisfied?" Science Fiction Studies 19:2 (57) (July 1992) 219-35.
  • "Notes and correspondence." Science Fiction Studies 31:2 (July 2004) : 330-335.
  • Olsen, Lance. "The shadow of spirit in William Gibson's Matrix Trilogy." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 32:3 (Fall 1991) : 278-89.
  • Olsen, Lance. "Virtual termites: a hypotextual technomutuant explo(it)ration of William Gibson and the electronic beyond(s)." Style 29:2 (Summer 1995) : 287-313.
  • Palmer, Christopher. "Mona Lisa Overdrive and the prosthetic." Science Fiction Studies 31:2 (July 2004) : 227-242.
  • Punday, Daniel. "The narrative construction of cyberspace: reading 'Neuromancer,' reading cyberspace debates." College English, 63:2 (Nov 2000) 194-214.
  • Rirdan, Danny. "The works of William Gibson." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction. 43 (Summer 1988) : 36-46.
  • Ruddick, Nicholas. "Putting the bits together: information theory, Neuromancer, and science fiction." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 3:4 (1994) : 84-92.
  • Schmitt, Ronald. "Mythology and technology: the novels of William Gibson." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 34:1 (Spring 1993) : 64-78.
  • Schroeder, Randy. "Determinacy, indeterminacy, and the Romantic William Gibson." Science Fiction Studies 21:2 (July 1994) : 155-63.
  • Schroeder, Randy. "Neu-criticizing William Gibson." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 35:4 (Winter 1994) : 330-41.
  • Schwenger, Paul. "Agrippa, or, The Apocalyptic Book." South Atlantic Quarterly 92:4 (Fall 1993) : 617-26.
  • Siivonen, Timo. "Cyborgs and generic oxymorons: the body and technology in William Gibson's cyberspace trilogy." Science-Fiction Studies Part 2 23 (July 1996) : 227-244.
  • Slessor, Catherine. "Future imperfect" Architectural Review 223:1335 (May 2008) : 38-39. [About the idea of progress in architecture, with reference to Gibson.]
  • Slotkin, Joel Elliot. "Haunted Infocosms and Prosthetic Gods: Gibsonian Cyberspace and Renaissance Arts of Memory."
    Journal of popular culture 45:4 (2012) : 862-882.
  • Sponsler, Claire. "Cyberpunk and the dilemmas of postmodern narrative: the example of William Gibson." Contemporary Literature 33:4 (Winter 1992) :625-44.
  • Staponkutė, Dalia. "Resisting The Rhetoric Of Science: A Philosophical And A Fictional Perspective." European Journal Of English Studies 17.3 (2013): 295-307.
  • Stevens, Tyler. ""Sinister fruitiness": 'Neuromancer,' Internet sexuality and the Turing test." Studies in the Novel 28:3 (Fall 1996) : 414-435.
  • Stockton, Sharon. "'The self regained': cyberpunk's retreat to the imperium." Contemporary Literature 36:4 (Winter 1995) : 588-612.
  • Strombeck, Andrew. "The Network and the Archive: The Specter of Imperial Management in William Gibson's Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies 37.2 [111] ( July2010): 275-295.
  • Sussman, Herbert. "Cyberpunk meets Charles Babbage: The Difference Engine as alternative Victorian history." Victorian Studies: A Journal of the Humanities, Arts and Sciences 38:1 (Autumn, 1994) : 1-23.
  • Suvin, Darko. "On Gibson and cyberpunk SF." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction 46 (Autumn 1989) : 40-51.
  • Taylor, Paul A. "From Mit-Sein to Bit-Sein" Information Communication & Society 11:6 (December 2008) : 781-798.
  • Thomas, Sue. "Nature and cyberspace: a deep slow aggregation over time." Performance Research 11:4 (Dec. 2006) : 17-22.
  • Tobeck, Janine. "Discretionary Subjects: Decision and Participation in William Gibson's Fiction." MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 56.2 (2010): 378-400.
  • Tomberg, Jaak. "On The 'Double Vision' Of Realism And SF Estrangement In William Gibson's Bigend Trilogy." Science Fiction Studies 40.2 [120] (2013): 263-285. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 23 Apr. 2014.
  • Vanderwees, Chris. "9/11 Allegory, Conspiracy Theories, And 'Communication Capitalism' In William Gibson's Pattern Recognition." CEA Critic: An Official Journal Of The College English Association 74.2-3 (2012): 73-87.
  • Voller, Jack G. "Neuromanticism: cyberspace and the sublime." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 34:1 (Spring 1993) : 18-29.
  • Yule, Geoffrey. "The marginalised short stories of William Gibson: 'Hinterlands' and 'The winter market'." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction 58 (Summer 1993) : 76-84.

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General Magazines
  • Anon. "Origins CYBERSPACE." Writing 27:3 (November/December 2004) : 6-7.
  • Clark, John. Premiere 8:10 (June 1995) : 108-113.
  • Costello, Matthew J. "Futures." Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact 109:10 (Oct 1989) : 93-94.
  • "Cyberhero." The New Yorker 69:26 (16 Aug 1993) : 24-25.
  • Dargis, Manohla. "Cyber Johnny." Sight & Sound 5:7 (July 1995) : 6-7.
  • Elmer-DeWitt, Philip. "Welcome to cyberspace: What is it? Where is it? And how do we get there?" Time 145:12 (Spring 1995) : 4-12.
  • Fetherling, Douglas. "The oracle at Kitsilano." Saturday Night 109:10 (December 1994) : 82-88.
  • Johnson, Brian D. "Mind games with William Gibson." Maclean's 108:23 (5 Jun 1995) : 60-64.
  • Johnson, Steven M. "Looking At The Future Through A Cartoonist's Eyes." Futurist 48:4 (2014): 14-18.
  • Kachka, Boris. "The mix." New York 37:6 (23 February 2004) : 82-83.
  • Killheffer, Robert K.J. "William Gibson: the king of cyberpunk adds another novel to the genre that he's helped to invent." Publishers Weekly 240:36 (6 Sept 1993) : 70-1.
  • Levenson, Thomas. "Bit players: pondering life in the electronic fast lane." The Sciences 31:4 (July-August 1991) : 16-21.
  • Manguel, Alberto. "Inner cities." Saturday Night 104:3 (March 1989) : 69-70.
  • Meers, Erik Ashok. "Giving good guess." People Weekly 44:2 (10 July 1995) : 33.
  • McDonagh, Maitland. "Future shockers." Film Comment 26:1 (Jan-Feb 1990) : 60-63.
  • McLeod, Jonah. "Information is the fourth dimension." Electronics 66:19 (11 Oct 1993) : 15.
  • Poulos, Elaine. "One-on-one with William Gibson." Dallas Magazine 65 (June 1986) : 18-20.
  • Robischon, Noah. "Cyber punk: can an F/X boy genius bring Neuromancer to the screen?" Entertainment Weekly 506 (8 Oct 1999) : B16.
  • "Science Fiction For Everyone." Popular Mechanics 191.9 (2014): 92-97. (One paragraph recommending the short story collection Burning Chrome.)
  • Selbin, Eric. "Cyberpunk; fiction's brave new genre." Utne Reader 34 (July-August 1989) : 28-29.
  • Sourbut, Elizabeth. "Mall of the imagination." New Scientist 182:2446 (May 8, 2004) : 50.
  • Star, Alexander. "Mild palms." New Republic 208:24 (June 14, 1993) : 32.
  • "The talk of the town: Cyberhero." New Yorker 69:26 (Aug 16, 1993) : 24.
  • Van Bakel, Rogier. "Remembering Johnny." Wired 3:6 (June 1995) : 154-157.
  • Wilk, Deborah. "What They're Reading…" Interior Design 79:10 (July 2008) : 238-239.
  • Zuckerman, Edward. "William Gibson; teen geek makes good, redefines sci-fi." People Weekly 35:22 (10 June 1991) : 103-106.

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Newspapers
  • Beddie, Alainna Lexie. "Futuristic Fashion." Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition Oct. 28, 2012 : 24.
  • Chollet, Laurence B. "William Gibson's second sight." Los Angeles Times 12 Sep 1993 : MAG:34. [profile with discussion of Virtual Light.]
  • Garner, Dwight. "TBR: Inside the List." New York Times Book Review 156:54048 ( August 26, 2007) : 22. [Comments about books appearing in the best sellers list for the date published, includes discussion of Gibson's work.]
  • Garreau, Joel. "Cyberspaceman: Sci-fi writer Willliam Gibson, far flung and back again." Washington Post 18 Oct 1993 : D1. [Profile and description of Virtual Light.]
  • Harmon, Amy. "Crossing cyberpunk's threshold." Los Angeles Times 24 May 1995 : D:1.
  • Headlam, Bruce. "Walkman sounded bell for cyberspace." New York Times 29 July 1999 : G:7.
  • Lewis, Peter H. "Present at the creation, startled at the reality." New York Times 22 May 1995 : D:3.
  • Minzesheimer, Bob. "Fiction deals with Sept. 11 in ways journalism can't" USA Today 27 February 2003 : Life:7.
  • Snead, Elizabeth. "His future is closer than you think." USA Today 2 Sep 1993 : D:1.
  • Warsh, David. "Cyberspace: what is in it for you?" Boston Globe 30 May 1993 : 65.

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Reviews
Thirteen views of a cardboard city
All Tommorrow's Parties
  • "All Tomorrow's Parties" Publishers Weekly 246:41 (Oct 11, 1999) : 59.
  • Cassada, Jackie. "All Tomorrow's Parties" Library Journal 124:17 (Oct 15, 1999) : 110.
  • Krantz, Michael. "All Tomorrow's Parties: By William Gibson" Time 154:23 (Dec 6, 1999) 120.
  • LeClair, Tom. "Virtual novel: William Gibson's futuristic world has hackers and holograms and old-fashioned chases." New York Times Book Review 104:47 (Nov 21, 1999) : 15 c2.
  • Miller, Keith. "All Tomorrow's Parties" TLS : Times Literary Supplement 5037 (Oct 15, 1999) : 25.
  • Segedin, Benjamin. "All Tomorrow's Parties" Booklist 96:1 (Sept 1, 1999) : 7.
Agrippa
  • Ehrenman, Gayle C. "Write once, read once literature." PC Magazine 11:14 (August 1992) : 34.
  • Holderness, Mike. "Agrippa (A Book of the Dead)". New Scientist 137:1865 (20 March 1993) : 45.
  • Jonas, Gerald. "The disappearing $2,000 book." The New York Times Book Review (29 Aug 1993) p12 col 1.
  • Killheffer, Robert K. J. "The shape of books to come: A collaborative book (?) challenges ideas about the immortality of art." Omni 15:4 (January 1993) : 14.
  • Martin, Guy. "Read it once." Esquire 117:5 (May 1992) : 33.
Burning Chrome
  • Budrys, Algis. "Burning chrome." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 71 (August 1986) : 64-68.
  • Easton, Tom "Burning chrome." Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact 107 (Jan 1987) : 182-183.
  • Steinberg, Sybil. "Burning chrome." Publishers Weekly 229 (14 March 1986) : 103-104.
Count Zero
  • Budrys, Algis. "Count Zero." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 71 (August 1986) : 64-68.
  • Cassada, Jackie. "Count Zero." Library Journal 111 (15 March 15, 1986) : 80.
  • "Count Zero." Publishers Weekly 229 (7 Feb 1986) : 63.
  • Easton, Tom. "Count Zero." Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact 106 (Dec 1986) : 179-180.
The Difference Engine (co-written with Bruce Sterling)
  • Brady, Diane. "The Difference Engine." Maclean's 104:17 (29 April 1991) : 63.
  • Cassada, Jackie. "The Difference Engine." Library Journal 116:3 (15 Feb 1991) : 224.
  • Costikyan, Greg. Reason 23:6 (Nov 1991) : 61-62.
  • "The Difference Engine." Entertainment Weekly 103 (31 Jan 1992) : 54.
  • Disch, Thomas M. "The Difference Engine." The New York Times Book Review ( 10 March 1991) : 5.
  • Fahey, Fin. "The Difference Engine." New Scientist 130:1766 (27 April 1991) : 58.
  • Santoro, Gene. "The Difference Engine." The Nation 252:17 (6 May 1991) : 598-600.
  • Steinberg, Sybil. "The Difference Engine." Publishers Weekly 238:2 (11 Jan 1991) : 95.
Idoru
  • Farnell, Ross. "Idoru." Science Fiction Studies 26:3 (Nov 1998) : 459-60.
  • Fluendy, Simon. "Idoru." Far Eastern Economic Review 160:2 (9 Jan 1997) : 59.
  • "Idoru." Publishers Weekly 243:32 (5 August 1996) : 435.
  • "Idoru (sound recording reviews)." Publishers Weekly 243:49 (Dec 2, 1996) : 30.
  • Mazmanian, Adam. "Idoru." Library Journal 121:13 (August 1996) : 120.
  • Miller, Laura. "They'll always have Tokyo." New York Times 8 September 1996 : Rev:6.
  • Murray, Charles Shaar. "Idoru." New Statesman (1996) 125:4305 (Oct 11, 1996) : 44-45.
  • Olsen, Lance. "Idoru" The Review of Contemporary Fiction 17:2 (Summer 1997) : 274-275.
  • Quinn, Paul. TLS. Times Literary Supplement 4878 (27 Sept 1996) : 25.
  • Segedin, Benjamin. "Idoru by William Gibson." Booklist 92:22 (Aug 1996) : 1853-1854.
  • Steinberg, Sybil S. "Idoru." Publishers Weekly 243:32 (Aug 5, 1996) : 435.
Johnny Mnemonic (film or print)
  • Burr, Ty. "Johnny Mnemonic." Entertainment Weekly 301 (17 Nov 1995) : 86-88.
  • Easton, Tom. Analog Science Fiction & Fact 115:11 (Sept 1995) : 160-167.
  • Francke, Lizzie. "Johnny Mnemonic." Sight and Sound 6:2 (Feb 1996) : 45.
  • Goldman, Michael R. "Big bucks planted in 'Mnemonic'." Variety 357:4 (21 Nov 1994) : 83.
  • Hays, Carl. "Literature - Johnny Mnemonic by William Gibson." Booklist 91:14 (15 March 1995) : 1301.
  • James, Caryn. "Johnny Mnemonic." New York Times 144 (26 May 1995) : B3(N) pC23(L) col 3.
  • Johnson, Ken. "Cahiers d'art - Johnny Mnemonic directed by Robert Longo and written by William Gibson." Art in America 3:10 (October 1995) : 59-61.
  • Rafferty, Terrence. "Johnny Mnemonic." The New Yorker 71:16 (12 June 1995 ) : 111-112.
  • Rottenberg, Josh. "'Mnemonic' possession." Premiere 8:9 (May 1995) : 100. [review of CD-ROM]
  • Simon, John. "Johnny Mnemonic." National Review 47:12 (26 June 1995) : 65.
Mona Lisa Overdrive
  • Budrys, Algis. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 79:4 (Oct 1990) : 31-33.
  • Cassada, Jackie. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." Library Journal 113:17 (15 Oct 1988) : 105.
  • Davis, Erik. T "Mona Lisa Overdrive." The Nation 248:18 (8 May 8, 1989) : 636-639.
  • Disch, Thomas M. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." The New York Times Book Review (11 Dec 1988) : 23.
  • Easton, Tom. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact 109:4 (April 1989) : 178.
  • Hiltbrand, David. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." People Weekly 30:24 (12 Dec 1988) : 49-50.
  • Manguel, Alberto. "Mona Lisa Overdrive." Saturday Night 104:3 (March 1989) : 69-70.
  • Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 234:12 (16 Sept 1988) : 69.
Neuromancer
  • Anon. "Neuromancer/Snow Crash." IEEE Spectrum 45:7 (July 2008) : 47.
  • Budrys, Algis "Neuromancer." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 69 (August 1985) : 28-30.
  • Charters, Lawrence I. "Neuromancer." Fantasy Review 7:6 (July 1984) : 39.
  • Cohen, Debra Rae. "Neuromancer." Village Voice 29:27 (3 July 1984) : 52.
  • Easton, Tom. "Neuromancer." Analog Science Fiction-Science Fact 104 (Nov 1984) : 167.
  • Gilmore, Mikal. "The rise of cyberpunk." Rolling Stone (4 Dec 1986) : 77-80.
  • Glaviano, Cliff. "Audio reviews - Neuromancer written and read by William Gibson." Library Journal 119:14 (1 September 1994) : 232.
  • Greenland, Colin. "Possess, Integrate, Inform." Times Literary Supplement 4262 (7 December 1984) 1420.
  • Jonas, Gerald. "Neuromancer." The New York Times Book Review 90 (24 Nov 1985) : 33.
  • "Neuromancer." Analog 104 (November 1984) : 163.
  • "Neuromancer." Booklist 80 (July 1984) : 1521.
  • "Neuromancer." Book World 14 (29 July 1984) : 11.
  • "Neuromancer." Publishers Weekly 225:21 (25 May 1984) : 57.
  • Platt, Charles. "Neuromancer." Washington Post (29 July 1984) Book World : 11.
  • Sander, Joe. "Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies 32:3 (November 2005) : 523-525.
  • Szanto. "Neuromancer." Whole Earth Review (Jan 1985) : 39.
No Maps for These Territories

(Not by Gibson, a film partly about him.)

  • "No Maps for These Territories." Variety 381 : 1 (Nov 20, 2000) : 19.
The Peripheral
  • Anonymous. "The Peripheral." Publishers Weekly 262.5 (2015): 53. Print. 24 Feb. 2015.
  • Riddihough, Guy. "Lessons From The Future." Science 347.6218 (2015): 138. Print. 4 Mar. 2015.
  • Saler, Michael. "Then It's Weird Again." TLS 5832 (2015): 17-18. Print. 4 Mar. 2015.
  • Vitaliev, Vitali. "The Peripheral." Engineering & Technology (17509637) 10.1 (2015): 95. Print. 25 Feb. 2015.
Pattern Recognition
  • Adams, Michael. "Pattern Recognition." Magill Book Reviews (1 July 2003).
  • Anonymous. "And Bear In Mind" New York Times Book Review 152:52382 (2 February 2003) : 22.
  • Anonymous. "Pattern recognition." Kirkus Reviews 15 Nov 2002 : 70(22) : 1641.
  • Anonymous "Pattern Recognition, a novel." Journal of Chemical Education 82:6 (June 2005) : 820.
  • Berger, Roger A. "Pattern Recognition." Library Journal 128:2 (1 February 2003) : 116.
  • Cunningham, Michael. "Best of the New Books." People 59:9 (10 March 2003) : 47.
  • "Garage Kubrick" New Scientist 178:2397 (31 May 2003) : 50-51.
  • Griffin, Michelle. "Pattern Recognition William Gibson" BRW 25:11 (27 March 2003) : 88.
  • Grossman, Lev. "Firm Warfare" Time 161:6 (10 February 2003) : 80.
  • Hitchings, Henry. "Brand-savvy" TLS Issue 5222 (2 May 2003) : 24.
  • Jameson, Fredric. "Fear and Loathing in Globalization." New Left Review Issue 23 (September/October 2003 ) : 105-116.
  • Margolin, Victor. "Pattern Recognition" Print 57:6 (November/December 2003) : 54.
  • Menefee, Christine C. "Pattern Recognition" School Library Journal; 49:5 (May 2003) : 179.
  • "Pattern Recognition" Kirkus Reviews 70:22 (15 November 2002) : 1641.
  • "Pattern Recognition" New Yorker 78:45 (3 February 2003) : 87.
  • Pearl, Nancy. "Summertime and the Reading Is Thrilling!" Library Journal 128:12 (15 July 2003) : 152.
  • Rosler, Martha. "Pattern Recognition" Artforum International 42:4 (December 2003) : 52.
  • Rucker, Rudy. "Logomancer" Wired 11:2 (February 2003) : 64.
  • Segedin, Benjamin. "Pattern Recognition" Booklist 99:6 (15 November 2002) : 548.
  • Skeates, Richard. "A melancholy future poetic." City 8:1 (April 2004) : 135-140.
  • Suzuki, Shigeru. "A Requiem for the Fall of the Petal." American Book Review 25:1 (November/December 2003) : 31.
  • Tayler, Christopher. "Genderbait for the Nerds" London Review of Books 25:10 (22 May 2003) : 34.
  • Thomas, Nicholas. "William Gibson shifts 'Pattern' to the present" USA Today 20 February 2003 : Life:5.
  • Veale, Scott. "New & Noteworthy Paperbacks" New York Times Book Review 153:52746 (1 February 2004) : 20.
  • Zaleski, Jeff. "Pattern Recognition" Publishers Weekly 250:3 (20 January 2003) : 57-58.
  • Zeidner, Lisa. "The coolhunter." New York Times Book Review 19 Jan 2003 : 7 : 7. [cover story]
Spook Country
  • Anon. "Briefly noted: Spook country." New Yorker 83:20 (July 23, 2007) : 79.
  • Anon. "Spook Country" Kirkus Reviews 75:11 (June 1, 2007) : 521.
  • Anon. "Spook Country." Library Journal 132:20 (December 15, 2007) : 166. [review of audio version]
  • Anon. "Spook Country." Publishers Weekly 254:25 (June 18, 2007) : 35.
  • Anon. "Spook Country." Publishers Weekly 254:43 (October 29, 2007) : 50.
  • Bergstrom, Jenne. "Spook Country" Library Journal (July 1, 2007) : 76-77.
  • Byrt, Anthony. " Milgrim's progress." New Statesman 137 : 4857 (August 27, 2007) : 49.
  • Dixler, Elsa. "Paperback row." New York Times Book Review (July 20, 2008) : 20.
  • Hill, Logan. "SIMCITY '07." New York 40:28 (August 13, 2007: 72.
  • Hoffert, Barbara. "Prepub alert" Library journal 132:6 (1 April 2007): 60-62. (Six-sentence plot summary)
  • Itzkoff, Dave. " Spirits in the Material World." New York Times Book Review 156:54048 , (August 26, 2007) : 12.
  • Maryles, Daisy. "Hardcover Bestsellers/Fiction." Publishers Weekly 254:33 (August 20, 2007) : 14.
  • Purdon, J. J. "Down to earth." TLS 5450 (Sept. 14, 2007) : 20.
  • Segedin, Ben. "Spook Country" Booklist 103:18 (May 15, 2007) : 5.
  • Shaviro, Steven. "Hypermediated Minimalism." American Book Review
    28:6 (September/October 2007) : 16.
  • Tribby, Mike. Booklist 104:7 , (12/1/2007, Vol. ) : 66.
Virtual Light
  • Barrett, David V. "Virtual Light." New Statesman & Society 6:271 (24 Sept 1993) : 55.
  • Brady, Diane. "Virtual Light." Maclean's 106:36 (6 Sept 1993) : 52.
  • Cassada, Jackie. "Virtual Light." Library Journal 118:13 (August 1993) : 159.
  • Davis, Mike. "Virtual Light." Artforum International 32:4 (Dec 1993) :10-11.
  • De Haven, Tom. "Virtual Light." Entertainment Weekly 183 (13 August 1993) : 66-67.
  • Easton, Tom. "Virtual Light." Analog Science Fiction & Fact 114:1-2 (Jan 1994) : 304.
  • Farnell, Ross. "Virtual Light." Science Fiction Studies 26:3 (Nov 1998) : 459-60.
  • Glaviano, Cliff. "Audio reviews - Virtual Light by William Gibson and read by Frank Muller." Library Journal 119:16 (1 Oct 1994) : 131. [review of audio recording]
  • Harrison, M. John. "Virtual Light." TLS. Times Literary Supplement 4722 (1 Oct 1993) : 21.
  • Hays, Carl. "Virtual Light." Booklist 89:19/20 (1 June 1993) : 1734-1735.
  • Hoffman, Preston. "Virtual Light." Wilson Library Bulletin 69:7 (March 1995) : 98.
  • Jonas, Gerald. "Science fiction." New York Times Book Review 12 Sep 1993 : 7:36.
  • Kosner, Anthony. "Virtual Light." People Weekly 40:17 (25 Oct 1993) : 45.
  • LaFaille, Gene. "Virtual Light." Wilson Library Bulletin 68:5 (Jan 1994) : 98-99.
  • Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "Thrills and chills in cybernetics' dark alleyways." The New York Times 18 Nov 1993 : C22.
  • Leonard, John. "Gravity's rainbow" The Nation 257:16 (November 15, 1993) : 4.
  • Levy, Steven. "We have seen the content and it is us." Media Studies Journal 8:1 (Winter 1994) : 160-171.
  • Lewis, Peter H. "From the practical to the fantastic, books for the beleaguered." New York Times 3 Oct 1993 : 3:8.
  • Leonard, John. "Virtual Light." The Nation 257:16 (15 Nov 1993) : 580-587.
  • Olsen, Lance. "Virtual Light." The Review of Contemporary Fiction 14:1 (Spring 1994) : 215-216.
  • Petersen, Clarence. "Paperbacks." Chicago Tribune Jul 24, 1994 : 14:2.
  • Platt, Charles. "The shape of things to come." Washington Post Aug 22, 1993 : WBK:5.
  • Ryan, Richard. "On the run in a cyberpunk future." Christian Science Monitor 26 Aug 1993 : 11.
  • Schwartz, Gil. "Virtual Light." Fortune 128:11 (1 Nov 1993) : 159.
  • Thurston, John. "Cyberspace and other metaphysical notions - Virtual Light by William Gibson." Canadian Forum 73:833 (Oct 1994) : 40-41.
  • Tuten, Frederic. "Where things have gone kaput." Los Angeles Times 17 Oct 1993 : BR13.
  • Wyatt, Sally. "The good, the bad and the virtual - Virtual Light by William Gibson / Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson." Futures 26:7 (September 1994) : 798-800.
  • "Virtual Light." Publishers Weekly 240:28 (12 July 1993) : 72.

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