INTERVIEWS


From an interview with Gibson:



NEUROMANCER:

What's most important to me is that Neuromancer
is about the present. It's not really about an imagined
future. It's a way of trying to come to terms with the
awe and terror inspired in me by the world in which we
live. I'm anxious to know what they'll make of it in
Japan.When you read Neuromancer the impression is very
complicated, but it's all actually one molecule thick.
Some of it is still pretty much of a mystery to me.
You know, the United States is never mentioned in
the book. And there's some question as to whether
the US exists as a political entity or if, in fact,
it's been balkanized in some weird way.



* BLADE RUNNER ON ELECTRO-STEROIDS

The cyber world of Neuromancer is brought to
the big screen in Johnny Mnemonic, Martin
Walker talks to author William Gibson.



* WILLIAM GIBSON INTERVIEW BY GUISEPPE SALZA

In this interview, William Gibson talks at
length about "Johnny Mnemonic", movies,
SF, net culture and issues.



* Queen Victoria's Personal Spook,
Psychic Legbreakers, Snakes and
Catfood:

An Interview with
William Gibson and Tom Maddox

By Darren Wershler-Henry

SOURCE: _Virus 23_#0 [Fall 1989], 28-36)



* WILLIAM GIBSON GLOBE AND MAIL STORY

William Gibson on the South, violence,
interstitial zones, Toronto, collectibles
and books



* Canadian Broadcasting Company's 'Morningside'
interview with William Gibson


May 22, 1995 Real-Audio Format. 25 minutes, 12.5 Mb
http://radio.cbc.ca/index.html






*WILLIAM GIBSON - WEBMASTER
http://www.salon.com/weekly/gibsonintro961014.html
Cyberspace's father spends some
quality time with his progeny.
Gibson talking about the Internet,
his novel Idoru, and books
he's recently read.
from Salon Magazine





* REMEMBERING JOHNNY/NOTES ON A PROCESS/WHERE'S KEANU?
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/3.06/gibson.html

William Gibson on the making
of Johnny Mnemonic.

By Rogier Van Bakel





* I DON'T EVEN HAVE A MODEM...
Author William Gibson on non-functioning
American democracy, the importance of
giving computers to the poor, and the
elitist appeal of the Internet.
By Dan Josefsson
http://www.josefsson.net/gibson/index.html







* WAITING FOR THE MAN
http://www.spikemagazine.com/0899williamgibson.htm


Antony Johnston has a meeting of minds
with the elusive William Gibson
about his new novel "All Tomorrow's Parties"





* Ain't It Cool News
http://www.aint-it-cool-news.com/display.cgi?id=5140






* William Gibson Interview Transcript
http://www.craphound.com/nonfic/transcript.html






* Redefining William Gibson
http://www.sfsite.com/06b/wg154.htm






* Locus Online: William Gibson interview excerpts
http://www.locusmag.com/2003/Issue05/Gibson.html






* [techno\culture]:Inventor of cyberspace steps back to the present
http://radio.weblogs.com/0103966/stories/2003/04/25/inventorOfCyberspaceStepsBackToThePresent.html






* Bohemian Ink's overview of the cyberpunk phenomenon and William Gibson's Fiction
http://www.levity.com/corduroy/gibson.htm






* Q&A with Gibson
http://www.williamgibsonbooks.com/source/qa.asp






* Marshall McLuhan Meets William Gibson in Cyberspace
http://www.ibiblio.org/cmc/mag/1995/sep/doherty.html






* Guardian Unlimited - Talk time: William Gibson
http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/story/0,3605,946503,00.html






* EL PADRE DEL 'CIBERPUNK'
William Gibson: "El futuro ya no existe (Spanish)"
by Josť Luis de Vicente
Especial para elmundo.es
http://www.el-mundo.es/navegante/2002/12/23/entrevistas/1040640564.html






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