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Bibliography of Works about William Gibson


William Gibson fonds. 1983-1993. University of British Columbia Archives, Vancouver, B.C.


Cyberpunk. Dir. Marianne French. Mystic Fire Video, 1990.

No Maps For These Territories. Dir. Mark Neale. Mark Neale Productions, 2000.

"Welcome to Cyberia." Rebels: A Journey Underground. Vol. 6. Dir. Kevin Alexander. Narr. Kiefer Sutherland. Filmwest Associates, 2000.


De Haven, Tom, and Bruce Jensen. William Gibson’s Neuromancer: The Graphic Novel. Vol. 1 New York: Epic Comics, 1989. [this was the only volume published]

Longeran, Gavin. "Hinterlands." Freeflight 5 Dec./Jan. 1995 and 6 Apr./May 1995. Coquitlam, B.C.: Thinkblots. [Adaptation of the short story "Hinterlands" (republished in Burning Chrome)]

New Rose Hotel. Dir. Abel Ferrera. Perf. William Dafoe and Christopher Walken. Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1998. [Adaptation of the short story "New Rose Hotel" (republished in Burning Chrome)]

Pickering, Steve, and Charley Sherman. Burning Chrome. Dir. Steve Pickering. 6 Feb.-17 Mar. 1998, Next Theatre, Evanston, Il. [Adaptation of short story "Burning Chrome" (republished in Burning Chrome)]

Tomorrow Calling. Dir. Tim Leandro. Channel 4 Television, 1993. [Adaptation of the short story "The Gernsback Continuum" (republished in Burning Chrome)]

Selected Interviews

Bakel, Rogier van. "Remembering Johnny: Notes on a Process." Wired June 1995: 157-159.

Belkom, Edo van. "William Gibson." Northern Dreamers: Interviews with Famous Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writers. Kingston, Ont.: Quarry, 1998. 83-93.

Brown, Charles N. "William Gibson: Crossing Borders." Locus: The Newspaper of the Science Fiction Field May 2003: 6-7, 63-64.

Dargis, Manohla. "Cyber Johnny." Sight and Sound July 1995: 6-7.

Fischlin, Daniel, Veronica Hollinger, and Andrew Taylor. "‘The Charisma Leak’: A Conversation with William Gibson and Bruce Sterling." Science-Fiction Studies 56 (1992): 1-16.

Gill, Alexandra. "Back in the Here and Now." Globe and Mail 8 Feb. 2003: 1.

Gilmore, Mikal. "The Rise of Cyberpunk." Rolling Stone 4 Dec. 1986: 77-8, 107-08.

Hamburg , Victoria . "The King of Cyberpunk." Interview Jan. 1989: 84-87, 91.

Harper, Leanne C. "The Culture of Cyberspace." The Bloomsbury Review Sept./Oct. 1988: 16-17, 30.

Leary, Timothy. "High Tech High Life: William Gibson and Timothy Leary in Conversation." Mondo 2000 Fall 1989: 58-64.

McCaffery, Larry. "An Interview with William Gibson." Mississippi Review 16.2-3 (1988): 217-36.

____. "An Interview with William Gibson." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Ed. Larry McCaffery. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1991. 263-85.

Nicholas, Joseph and Judith Hanna. "William Gibson." Interzone Autumn 1985: 17-18.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "An Interview with William Gibson." SF Eye Winter 1987: 6-17.

Articles and Monographs

Aldiss, Brian W., with David Wingrove. Trillion Year Spree: The History of Science Fiction. London: Gollancz Ltd., 1986. 523-25.

Alkon, Paul. "Alternate History and Postmodern Temporality." Time, Literature, and the Arts: Essays in Honor of Samuel L. Macey. Ed. Thomas R. Clearly. Victoria, B.C.: U of Victoria, 1994. 65-85.

____. "Deus Ex Machina in William Gibson’s Cyberpunk Trilogy." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Ed. George Slusser and Tom Shippey. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1992. 75-87.

Annesley, James. "Netscapes: Gibson, Globalisation and the Representation of New Media." Forum for Modern Language Studies 37.2 (2001): 218-29.

Antoszek, Andrzej. "The Paradox of Postmodern Chaosm." Approaches to Fiction. Ed. Leszek S. Kolek. Lublin: Folium, 1996. 9-23.

Austin, Andrea. "Frankie and Johnny: Shelley, Gibson, and Hollywood’s Love Affair with the Cyborg." Romanticism on the Net: An Electronic Journal Devoted to Romantic Studies 21 (Feb. 2001).

Babiak, Peter Roman. "Gibson, William Ford." Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. Ed. W.H. New. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. 434-35.

Bev- Tov, Sharona. "Cyberpunk: An Afterword about an Afterlife." The Artificial Paradise: Science Fiction and America Reality. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1995. 175-82.

Biddick, Kathleen. "Humanist History and the Haunting of Virtual Worlds: Problems of Memory and Rememoration." Genders 18 (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.

____. "Reading the Ruined Cities." Science-Fiction Studies 93 (2004): 264-270.

Booker, M. Keith. Dystopian Literature: A Theory and Research Guide. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1994. 154-61.

____. "Technology, History, and the Postmodern Imagination: The Cyberpunk Fiction of William Gibson." Arizona Quarterly 50.4 (1994): 63-87.

Brande, David. "The Business of Cyberpunk: Symbolic Economy and Ideology in William Gibson." Virtual Realities and their Discontents. Ed. Robert Markley. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1996. 79-106.

Bredehoft, Thomas A. "The Gibson Continuum: Cyberspace and Gibson’s Mervyn Kihn Stories." Science-Fiction Studies 22 (1995): 252-263.

Brouillette, Sarah. "Corporate Publishing and Canonization: Neuromancer and Science-Fiction Publishing in the 1970s and Early 1980s." Book History 5 (2002): 187-208.

Bukatman, Scott. "Gibson’s Typewriter." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 1994. 71-89.

____. Terminal Identity: The Virtual Subject in Postmodern Science Fiction. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 1993.

Bulliet, Richard W. "From Gutenberg to William Gibson: Revolutions in Knowledge from the Renaissance into the 21st Century, II: Of Encyclopedias and the End of the World." Biblion: The Bulletin of The New York Public Library Fall 1994: 49-58.

Caesar, Terry. "Turning American: Popular Culture and National Identity in the Recent American Text of Japan." Arizona Quarterly 58.2 (2002): 113-41.

Calvert, Bronwen. "Speaking the Body: The Embodiment of ‘Feminist’ Cyberpunk." Speaking Science Fiction: Dialogues and Interpretations. Ed. Andy Sawyer and David Seed. Liverpool, England: Liverpool UP, 2000. 96-108.

Cavallaro, Dani. Cyberpunk and Cyberculture: Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson. London: Athlone, 2000.

Cheever, Leonard A. "Fantasies, Enigmas, and Electronic People: Three Types of ‘Ghosts’ in Modern Fiction." Lamar Journal of the Humanities 20.2 (1994): 17-32.

Cherniavsky, Eva. "(En)gendering Cyberspace in Neuromancer: Postmodern Subjectivity and Virtual Motherhood." Genders 18 (1993): 32-46.

Christie, John. "Of AIs and Others: William Gibson’s Transit." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Ed. George Slusser and Tom Shippey. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1992. 88-108. 171-82.

____. "Science Fiction and the Postmodern: The Recent Fiction of William Gibson and John Crowley." Essays and Studies 43 (1990): 34-58.

Clayton, Jay. "Hacking the Nineteenth Century." Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century. Ed. John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2000. 186-210.

Collado Rodríguez, Francisco. "On Dreams and Nightmares: Reflections on American Dystopia in the Cyberspace Era." Actas III Congreso de la Sociedad Española para el Estudio dos Estados Unidos/Spanish Association for American Studies (SAAS): Fin de Siglo: Crisis y nuevos principios/Century Ends, Crises and New Beginnings. Ed. Maurin Alvarez et al. León, Spain: Universidad de León, 1999. 73-80.

Concannon, Kevin. "The Contemporary Space of the Border: Gloria Anzaldua’s Borderlands and William Gibson’s Neuromancer. " Textual Practice 12 (1998): 429-442.

Conn, Matthew. "The Cyberspatial Landscapes of William Gibson and Tad Williams." AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 96 (2001): 207-19.

Csicsery-Ronay Jr., Istvan. "Antimancer: Cybernetics and Art in Gibson’s Count Zero," Science-Fiction Studies 22 (1995): 63-86.

____. "The Sentimental Futurist: Cybernetics and Art in William Gibson’s Neuromancer." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 33 (1992): 221-240.

Curl, Ruth. "The Metaphors of Cyberpunk Ontology: Epistemology, and Science Fiction." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Ed. George Slusser and Tom Shippey. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1992. 230-45.

Curtain, Tyler. "The ‘Sinister Fruitiness’ of Machines: Neuromancer , Internet Sexuality, and the Turing Test." Novel Gazing: Queer Readings in Fiction. Ed. Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 1997. 128-48.

Davidson, Cynthia. "Riviera’s Golem, Haraway’s Cyborg: Reading Neuromancer as Baudrillard’s Simulation of Crisis." Science-Fiction Studies 23 (1996): 188-198.

Deery, June. "The Biopolitics of Cyberspace: Piercy Hacks Gibson." Future Females, The Next Generation: New Voices and Velocities in Feminist Science Fiction Criticism. Ed. Marleen S. Barr. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000. 87-108.

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: Arsenal Pulp P, 1994. 179-192.

Delany, Samuel R. "Is Cyberpunk a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?" Mississippi Review 16.2-3 (1988): 28-35.

____. "Zelazny/Varley/Gibson-and Quality, Part 1." New York Review of Science Fiction Aug. 1992: 1, 10-13.

De Zwaan, Victoria. "Rethinking the Slipstream: Kathy Acker Reads Neuromancer." Science Fiction Studies 73 (1997): 459-70.

Dorsey, Candas Jane. "Beyond Cyberspace." Books in Canada (June-July 1988): 11-13.

Dunn, Robin. "The Generative Edge." Foundation 87 (2003): 73-93.

Ekman, Ulrik. "Social Simulation in William Gibson’s Neuromancer." American Studies in Scandinavia 34 (2002): 84-116.

Eriksen, Inge. "The Aesthetics of Cyberpunk. " Foundation 53 (1991): 36-46.

Fabijancic, Tony. "Space and Power: 19th-Century Urban Practice and Gibson’s Cyberworld." Mosaic 32.1 (1999): 105-30.

Farnell, Ross. "Posthuman Topologies: William Gibson’s ‘Architexture’ in Virtual Light and Idoru." Science-Fiction Studies 25 (1998): 459-80.

Fitting, Peter. "The Lessons of Cyberpunk." Technoculture. Ed. Constance Penley and Andrew Ross. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1991. 295-315.

Foster, Derek. "The Banana-Skin Ballet of William Gibson." Pop Can: Popular Culture in Canada. Ed. Lynne Van Luven and Priscilla L. Walton. Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice Hall Allyn and Bacon Canada, 1999. 66-72.

Frelik, Pavel. "Return from the Implants: Cyberpunk’s Schizophrenic Futures." Simulacrum America: The USA and the Popular Media. Ed. Elisabeth Kraus and Carolin Auer. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000. 87-94.

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 (1989): 155-164.

Gluck, Carol. "From Gutenberg to William Gibson: Revolutions in Knowledge from the Renaissance into the 21st Century, I: The Fine Folly of the Encyclopedists." Biblion: The Bulletin of The New York Public Library 3.1 (1994): 5-48.

Goh, Robbie B. H. "Consuming Spaces: Clive Barker, William Gibson and the Cultural Poetics of Postmodern Fantasy." Social Semiotics 10.1 (2000): 21-39.

Gordon, Mel. "A History of the Theater of the Future (to 1984)." Theater 26:1-2 (1995): 12-32.

Grace, Dominick M. "Disease, Virtual Life, and Virtual Light." Foundation 81 (2001): 75-82.

____. "From Videodrome to Virtual Light: David Cronenberg and William Gibson." Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 44 (2003): 344-55.

Grant, Glenn. "Transcendence Through Detournement in William Gibson’s Neuromancer. " Science-Fiction Studies 17 (1990): 41-49.

Gunkel, David J., and Ann Hetzel Gunkel, "Virtual Geographies: The New Worlds of Cyberspace." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 14 (1997): 123-37.

Gunn, Eileen. "A Difference Dictionary." SF Eye Winter 1991: 40-53.

Hardin, Michael. "Beyond Science Fiction: William Gibson’s Neuromancer and Kathy Acker’s Empire of the Senseless." Notes on Contemporary Literature 30.4 (2000): 4-6.

Hayles, N. Katherine. "How Cyberspace Signifies: Taking Immortality Literally," in Immortal Engines: Life Extension and Immortality in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. George Slusser, Gary Westfahl, and Eric S. Rabkin. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1996. 111-21.

Hellekson, Karen. "Looking Forward: William Gibson and Bruce Sterling’s The Difference Engine." The Alternate History: Refiguring Historical Time. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 2001. 76-86.

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 (1996): 62-93.

Hollinger, Veronica. "Apocalypse Coma." Edging into the Future: Science Fiction and Contemporary Cultural Transformation. Ed. Veronica Hollinger and Joan Gordon. Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P, 2002. 159-73.

____. "Cybernetic Deconstructions: Cyperbunk and Postmodernism. " Mosaic 23.2 (1990): 29-44.

Huntington, John. "Newness, Neuromancer, and the End of Narrative." Essays and Studies 43 (1990): 59-75.

Ilgner, R. "Soul Loss and Meat Markets: The Technology of Cyberspace and Cyborgs in Gibson’s Neuromancer." The Image of Technology in Literature, the Media, and Society. Ed. Will Wright and Steve Kaplan. Pueblo, Co: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, University of Southern Colorado, 1994. 17-20.

Ivison, Douglas. "William (Ford) Gibson." Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 251: Canadian Fantasy and Science-Fiction Writers. Ed. Douglas Ivison. Detroit, MI.: The Gale Group, 2001. 96-107. Contemporary Authors Online. Literature Resource Center. Gale Group Databases. U of Alberta Lib., Edmonton. 5 Sept. 2004.

Jirgens, Karl E. "Virtual Realities and Chaos: The Fictions of Nicole Brossard, William Gibson, Don Delillo, Michael Ondaatje and Others." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 39 (1999): 147-68.

Johnston, John. "Computer Fictions: Narratives of the Machinic Phylum." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 8.4 (1997): 443-63.

____. "Mediality in Vineland and Neuromancer." Reading Matters: Narratives in the New Media Ecology. Ed. Joseph Tabbi and Michael Wutz. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1997. 173-92

Jonas, Gerald. "The Disappearing $2,000 Book." New York Times Book Review 29 Aug. 1993: 12-13.

Jones, Christine Kenyon. "SF and Romantic Biofictions: Aldiss, Gibson, Sterling, Powers." Science Fiction Studies 71 (1997): 47-56.

Ketterer, David "William Gibson, Neuromancer, and Cyberpunk." Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1992. 140-146.

Laidlaw, Marc. "Virtual Surreality: Our New Romance with Plot Devices." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 1994. 91-112.

Latham, Rob. "Cyberpunk=Gibson=Neuromancer." Science-Fiction Studies 20 (1993): 266-272.

Leblanc, Lauraine. "Razor Girls: Genre and Gender in Cyberpunk Fiction." Women and Language 20 (1997): 71-76.

Lindberg, Kathryne V. "Prosthetic Mnemonics and Prophylactic Politics: William Gibson Among the Subjectivity Mechanisms." Boundary 2 23 (Summer 1996): 47-83.

Linton, Patricia. "The ‘Person’ in Postmodern Fiction: Gibson, Le Guin, and Vizenor." Studies in American Indian Literatures 5. 3 (1993): 3-11.

Lyon, David. "Cyberspace: Beyond the Information Society? " Living with Cyberspace: Technology and Society in the 21st Century. Ed. John Armitage and Joanne Roberts. New York, NY: Continuum, 2002. 21-33.

MacNair, Marian. "Mainframe Voodoo." Montreal Mirror 7-20 Apr. 1989: 23.

Maddox, Tom. "Cobra, She Said: An Interim Report on the Fiction of William Gibson." Fantasy Review 9.4 (1986): 46-48.

Markley, Robert. "Boundaries: Mathematics, Alienation, and the Metaphysics of Cyberspace." Virtual Realities and Their Discontents. Ed. Robert Markley. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 1996. 55-77.

McHale, Brian. "POSTcyberMODERNpunkISM" and "Toward a Poetics of Cyberpunk." Constructing Postmodernism. London: Routledge, 1992. 225-267.

____. " Difference Engines." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 5.4 (1992): 220-23.

McRae, Shannon. "Flesh Made Word: Sex, Text and the Virtual Body." Internet Culture. Ed. David Porter. New York, NY: Routledge, 1996. 74-86.

Mead, David G. "Technological Transfiguration in William Gibson’s Sprawl Novels: Neuromancer, Count Zero, and Mona Lisa Overdrive. " Extrapolation 32 (1991): 350-360.

Montesano, Anthony P. "Mnemonic Design: Production Designer Nilo Rodis on Realizing Gibson’s Future." Cinefantastique Apr. 1995: 46-47.

____. " New Rose Hotel: Waiting in the Movie Wings, Gibson Adapted by Abel Ferrara." Cinefantastique Apr. 1995: 44-45.

Moylan, Tom. "Global Economy/Local Texts: Utopian/Dystopian Tension in William Gibson’s Cyberpunk Trilogy." Minnesota Review 43-44 (1994-1995): 182-197.

Mulvihill, James. "Thomas Carlyle and ‘Virtual Reality.’" Notes on Contemporary Literature 30.4 (2000): 12-13.

Murphy, Graham. "Post/Humanity and the Interstitial: A Glorification of Possibility in Gibson’s Bridge Sequence." Science-Fiction Studies 89 (2003): 72-90.

Myers, Tony. "The Postmodern Imaginary in William Gibson’s Neuromancer." Modern Fiction Studies 47 (2001): 887-909.

Nixon, Nicola. "Cyberpunk: Preparing the Ground for Revolution or Keeping the Boys Satisfied?" Science-Fiction Studies 19 (1992): 219-235.

Novak, Amy. "Virtual Poltergeists and Memory: The Question of Ahistoricism in William Gibson’s Neuromancer (1984)." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 11.4 (2001): 395-414.

Olsen, Lance. "The Shadow of Spirit in William Gibson’s Matrix Trilogy." Extrapolation 32 (1991): 278-289.

____. "Virtual Termites: A Hypotextual Technomutant Explo(it)ration of William Gibson and the Electronic Beyond(s)." Cyberspace Textuality: Computer Technology and Literary Theory. Ed. Marie Laure Ryan. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1998. 224-255.

____. William Gibson. Starmont Reader’s Guide 58. Mercer Island, Wash.: Starmont House, 1992

Palmer, Christopher. " Mona Lisa Overdrive and the Prosthetic." Science-Fiction Studies 93 (2004): 227-242.

Pancella, Angela. "U2 Connections: William Gibson." @ U2.

Peppers, Cathy "‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’: Cyber(Sexed) Bodies in Cyberpunk Fictions." Bodily Discursions: Genders, Representations, Technologies. Ed. Deborah S. Wilson and Christine Moneera Laennac. Albany: State UP of New York, 1997. 163-85.

Porush, David. "Cybernauts in Cyberspace: William Gibson’s Neuromancer." Aliens: The Anthropology of Science Fiction. Ed. George C. Slusser and Eric Rabkin. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1987.

____. "Transcendence at the Interface: The Architecture of Cyborg Utopia —or—Cyberspace Utopoids as Postmodern Cargo Cult." Thinking Robots, an Aware Internet, and Cyberpunk Librarians. LITA President’s Series. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1992.

Proietti, Salvatore. "Out of Bounds: The Walled City, the Virtual Frontier, and Recent US Science Fiction." America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Siracusa, It.: Grafià, 2003. 247-54.

Punday, Daniel. "The Narrative Construction of Cyberspace: Reading Neuromancer, Reading Cyberspace Debates." College English 63.2 (2000): 194-213.

Punter, David. "Postmodern Geographies." Span: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies 52 (2002): 3-20.

Rapatzikou, Tatiana. "Visualizations of Cyber-Gothic Bodies in William Gibson’s Trilogy and the Art of the Graphic Novel." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 83 (2001): 73-86.

Rirdan, Danny. "The Works of William Gibson." Foundation 43 (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.

Sawday, Jonathan. "Towards the Renaissance Computer." The Renaissance Computer: Knowledge Technology in the First Age of Print. Ed. Neil Rhodes and Jonathan Sawday. London: Routledge, 2000. 29-44.

Schmitt, Ronald. "Mythology and Technology: The Novels of William Gibson." Extrapolation 34 (1993): 64-78.

Schroeder, Randy "Determinacy, Indeterminacy, and the Romantic in William Gibson." Science-Fiction Studies 21 (1994): 155-163.

____. "Neu-Criticizing William Gibson." Extrapolation 35 (1994): 330-341.

Schwenger, Peter. " Agrippa, or, the Apocalyptic Book." Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture. Ed. Mark Dery. Durham, N.C.: Duke UP, 1994. 61-70.

Seidel, Kathryn Lee. "Asians and Aliens in Cyberculture Film and Fiction." Hybridity: Journal of Cultures, Texts and Identities 1.1 (2000): 17-29.

Shu-Shun Chan, Herbert. "Interrogation from Hyperspace: Visions of Culture in Neuromancer and ‘War without End.’" Simulacrum America: The USA and the Popular Media. Ed. Elisabeth Kraus and Carolin Auer. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2000. 136-45.

Siivonen, Timo. "Cyborgs and Generic Oxymorons: The Body and Technology in William Gibson’s Cyberspace Trilogy." Science-Fiction Studies 23 (1996): 227-244.

Smeds, John. "1984-The End of Dystopia?" Language, Learning, Literature: Studies Presented to Håkan Ringbom. Ed. Martin Gill et al. Turku, Finland: Åbo Akademi U, 2001. 281-93.

Spencer, Nicholas. "Rethinking Ambivalence: Technopolitics and the Luddites in William Gibson and Bruce Sterling’s The Difference Engine." Contemporary Literature 40 (1999): 403-429.

Sponsler, Claire. "Cyberpunk and the Dilemmas of Postmodern Narrative: The Example of William Gibson." Contemporary Literature 33 (1992): 625-644.

____. " William Gibson and the Death of Cyberpunk." Modes of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Twelfth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Robert A. Latham and Robert A. Collins. Westport, CT: Greenwood; 1995. 47-55.

Sterling, Bruce. "Preface." Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology. New York: Arbor House, 1986.

Stevens, Tyler. "‘Sinister Fruitiness’: Neuromancer, Internet Sexuality and the Turing Test." Studies in the Novel 28 (1996): 414-433.

Stockton, Sharon. "‘The Self Regained’: Cyberpunk’s Retreat to the Imperium." Contemporary Literature 36 (1995): 588-612.

Sussman, Herbert. "Cyberpunk Meets Charles Babbage: The Difference Engine as Alternative Victorian History." Victorian Studies 38 (Autumn 1994): 1- 23.

Suvin, Darko. "On Gibson and Cyberpunk SF." Foundation 46 (1989): 40-51.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. "Comparative Metafiction: Somewhere Between Ideology and Rhetoric." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 39 (1997): 2-17.

____. "The Japanese Reflection of Mirrorshades." Storming the Reality Studio: A Casebook of Cyberpunk and Postmodern Science Fiction. Ed. Larry McCaffery. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1991. 366-73.

____. "Junk Art City: Or, William Gibson Meets Thomasson in Virtual Light." Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 2.1 (1996): 61-72.

Tomas, David. "Old Rituals for New Space: Rites de Passage and William Gibson’s Cultural Model of Cyberspace." Cyberspace: First Steps. Ed. Michael Benedikt. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT P, 1991. 31-46.

____. "The Technophilic Body: On Technicity in William Gibson’s Cyborg Culture." The Cybercultures Reader. Ed. David Bell and Barbara M. Kennedy. London: Routledge, 2000. 175-89.

Townsend, Aubrey. "Survival in Cyberspace." Foundation 78 (2000): 25-33.

Voller, Jack G. "Neuromanticism: Cyberspace and the Sublime." Extrapolation 34 (1993): 18-29.

Wahl, Wendy. "Bodies and Technologies: Dora, Neuromancer, and Strategies of Resistance." Postmodern Culture: An Electronic Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism 3.2 (1993): 35 paragraphs

Wark, McKenzie. "Codework: From Cyberspace to Biospace, from Neuromancer to Gattaca." Living with Cyberspace: Technology and Society in the 21st Century. Ed. John Armitage and Joanne Roberts. New York, NY: Continuum, 2002. 72-82.

Wegner, Phillip E. "The Last Bomb: Historicizing History in Terry Bisson’s Fire on the Mountain and Gibson and Sterling’s The Difference Engine." Comparatist: Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association 23 (1999): 141-51.

Westfahl, Gary. "‘The Gernsback Continuum’: William Gibson in the Context of Science Fiction." Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative. Ed. George Slusser and Tom Shippey. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1992. 88-108.

Wytenbroek. J.R. "Cyberpunk." Canadian Literature 121 (1989): 162-64.

Yule, Geoffrey "The Marginalised Short Stories of William Gibson: ‘Hinterlands’ and ‘The Winter Market.’" Foundation 58 (1993): 76-84.

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