“By many standards, Gibson is a slow writer — his book publishing career is 27 years old, and consists of nine and a half novels, a book of short stories and this collection of essays — but he is a very, very fine one. His work has been seminal to many key moments at the end of the last century and the start of this one, and it is a rare pleasure to read his direct reflections on society and his work, rather than inferring them from his fiction. This is a fine and even essential complement to the Gibson canon, and a delight to read.” (via Boing Boing).
- Books of The Times: William Gibson’s ‘Distrust That Particular Flavor’ – Review (nytimes.com)
- Timothy Leary and William Gibson in conversation (dangerousminds.net)
- Catching Up To the Future: An Appreciation of William Gibson (tor.com)
- William Gibson and Timothy Leary in conversation, 1989 (boingboing.net)
- William Gibson on writing, science fiction and digital panopticons in the 21st century [VIDEO] (digiphile.wordpress.com)