Resources on William Gibson

Compiled by Jim Hobbs, Online Services Coordinator, Monroe Library, Loyola University New Orleans

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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.

Video on the Internet

Yahoo!
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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 also Interviews with Gibson in the Printed section.

Writing about Gibson Available on the Internet

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Printed Sources

Writing by Gibson

Books

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General Magazines

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Interviews

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Writing about William Gibson

Reference Works

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Books, Book Chapters and Dissertations
Journal Articles

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General Magazines

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Newspapers

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Reviews
Thirteen views of a cardboard city
Spook Country
All Tommorrow's Parties
Agrippa
Burning Chrome
Count Zero
The Difference Engine (co-written with Bruce Sterling)
Idoru
Johnny Mnemonic (film or print)
Mona Lisa Overdrive
Neuromancer
No Maps for These Territories

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

Pattern Recognition
Spook country
Virtual Light

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