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William Ford Gibson born March 17, is an American-Canadian speculative fiction writer and essayist widely credited with pioneering the science fiction subgenre known as cyberpunk. Beginning his writing career in the late s, his early works were noirnear-future stories that explored the effects of technology, cyberneticsand computer networks on humans—a “combination of lowlife and high tech ”  —and helped to create an iconography for the information age before the ubiquity of the Internet in the s.
These early works have been gisbon with “renovating” science fiction literature. After expanding on Neuromancer with two more novels giibson complete the dystopic Sprawl trilogyGibson collaborated with Bruce Sterling on the alternate history novel The Difference Enginewhich became an important work of the science fiction subgenre steampunk. In the s, Gibson composed the Bridge trilogy of novels, which explored the sociological developments of near-future urban environments, postindustrial societyand late capitalism.
These works saw his name reach mainstream bestseller lists for the first time. His more recent novel, The Peripheralreturned to a more overt engagement with technology and recognizable science fiction concerns. InThe Guardian described Gibson as “probably the most important novelist of the past two decades,” while the Sydney Morning Herald called him the “noir prophet” of cyberpunk. His work has been cited as an influence across a variety of disciplines spanning academia, design, film, literature, music, cybercultureand technology.
William Ford Gibson was born in the coastal city of Conway, South Carolinaand he spent most of his childhood in Wytheville, Virginiaa small town in the Appalachians where his parents had been born and raised. A few days after the death, Gibson’s mother returned them from their home in Norfolk to Wytheville.
Burroughs ; the lattermost had a particularly pronounced effect, greatly altering Gibson’s notions of the possibilities of science fiction literature. A shy, ungainly teenager, Gibson grew up in a monoculture he found “highly problematic”,  consciously rejected religion and took refuge in reading science fiction as well as writers such as Burroughs and Henry Miller. After his mother’s death when he was 18,  Gibson left school without graduating and became very isolated for a long time, traveling to California and Europe, and immersing himself in the counterculture.
When I started out as a writer I took credit for draft evasion where I shouldn’t have. I washed up in Canada with some vague idea of evading the draft but then I was never drafted so I never had to make the call.
I don’t know what I would have done if I’d really been drafted.
I wasn’t a tightly wrapped package at that time. If somebody had drafted me I might have wept and gone. I wouldn’t have liked it of course.
After weeks of nominal homelessness, Gibson was hired as the manager of Toronto’s first head shopa retailer of drug paraphernalia. The couple married and settled in Vancouver, British Columbia inwith Gibson looking after their first child while they lived off his wife’s teaching salary.
During the s, Gibson made a substantial part of his living from scouring Salvation Army thrift stores for underpriced artifacts he would then up-market to specialist dealers. After considering pursuing a master’s degree on the topic of hard science fiction novels as fascist literature,  Gibson discontinued writing in the year that followed graduation and, as one critic put it, expanded his collection of kaltsm records.
Shirley persuaded Gibson to sell his early short stories and kaltdm take writing seriously. Through Shirley, Gibson came into contact with science fiction authors Gobson Sterling and Lewis Shiner ; reading Gibson’s work, they realized that it was, as Sterling put it, “breakthrough material” and that they needed to “put down our preconceptions gigson pick up on this guy from Vancouver; this [was] the way forward.
Gibson’s early writings are generally near-future stories about the influences of cybernetics and cyberspace computer-simulated reality technology on the human race. His themes of hi-tech gibdon townsrecorded or broadcast stimulus later to be developed into the “sim-stim” package featured so heavily in Neuromancerand dystopic intermingling of technology and humanity, are already evident in his first published short story, “Fragments of a Hologram Rose”, in the Summer issue of Unearth.
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Beginning in Gibson’s stories appeared in Omni and Universe 11wherein his fiction developed a bleak, film noir feel. He consciously distanced himself as far as possible from the mainstream of science fiction towards which he felt “an aesthetic revulsion”, expressed in ” The Gernsback Continuum “to the extent that his highest goal was to become “a minor cult figurea sort of lesser Ballard.
I mean they literally could not parse the guy’s paragraphs While Larry McCaffery has commented that these early short stories displayed flashes of Gibson’s ability, science fiction critic Darko Suvin has identified them as “undoubtedly [cyberpunk’s] best works”, constituting the “furthest horizon” of the genre.
Neuromancer was commissioned by Terry Carr for the second series of Ace Science Fiction Specialswhich was intended to exclusively feature debut novels.
Everyone would assume I’d copped my visual texture from this astonishingly fine-looking film. Neuromancer’ s release was not greeted with fanfare, but it hit a cultural nerve,  quickly becoming an underground word-of-mouth hit.
Dick Award as the best paperback original  — eventually selling more than 6. Lawrence Person in his “Notes Toward a Postcyberpunk Manifesto” identified Neuromancer as “the archetypal cyberpunk work”,  and kkaltemTime included it in its list of the best English-language novels written sinceopining that “[t]here is no way to overstate how radical [ Neuromancer ] was when it first appeared.
Although much of Gibson’s reputation has remained rooted in Neuromancerhis work continued to evolve conceptually and stylistically. The Sprawl trilogy was followed by the novel The Difference Enginean alternative history novel Gibson wrote in collaboration with Bruce Sterling. Set in a technologically advanced Victorian era Britain, the novel was a departure from the authors’ cyberpunk roots.
Campbell Memorial Award inand its success drew attention to the nascent steampunk literary genre of which it remains the best-known work. Gibson’s second series, bibson ” Bridge gigson “, is composed of Virtual Lighta “darkly comic urban detective story”,  Idoruand All Tomorrow’s Parties The first and third books in the trilogy center on San Francisco in the near future; all three explore Gibson’s recurring themes of technological, physical, and spiritual transcendence in a more grounded, matter-of-fact style than his first trilogy.
Leonard’s review called Idoru a “return to form” for Gibson,  while critic Steven Poole kaltej that All Tomorrow’s Parties marked his development from “science-fiction hotshot to wry kaltfm of the near future. When asked, on Twitterwhat this series of novels should be gibsin “The Bigend Trilogy? The Blue Ant Cycle? A phenomenon peculiar to this era was the independent development of annotating fansites, PR-Otaku and Node Magazinedevoted to Pattern Recognition and Spook Country respectively.
After the September 11, attackswith about pages of Pattern Recognition written, Gibson had to re-write the main character’s backstory, which had been suddenly rendered implausible; he called it “the strangest experience I’ve ever kalyem with a piece of fiction. William Gibson’s most recent novel is titled The Peripheral. He described the story briefly gihson an appearance he made at the New York Public Library on April 19,and read an excerpt from the first chapter of the book entitled “The Gone Haptics.
Its continuation, Agencyis to be released on April 2,after being delayed from an initial announced release date of Kaltek Both Archangel and The Peripheral contain time travel of sortsbut Gibson has clarified that the works are not related: The Splitter and trans-continual virtuality are gibzon mechanisms gibsoon plot mechanisms too.
Three of the stories that later appeared in Burning Chrome were written in collaboration with other authors: Gibson had previously written the foreword to Shirley’s novel City Come A-walkin ‘  and the pair’s collaboration continued when Gibson wrote the introduction to Shirley’s short story collection Heatseeker Gibson and Sterling collaborated again on the short story “The Angel of Goliad” in which they soon expanded into the novel-length alternate history story The Difference Engine The two were later “invited to dream in public” Gibson in a joint address to the U.
National Academy of Sciences Convocation on Technology and Education in “the Al Gore people” in which they argued against the digital divide  and “appalled everyone” by proposing that all schools be put online, with education taking place over the Internet.
InGibson contributed lyrics and featured as a guest vocalist on Yellow Magic Orchestra ‘s Technodon album,   and wrote lyrics to the track “Dog Star Girl” for Deborah Harry’s Debravation. Gibsom was kaltm solicited to work as a screenwriter after a film producer discovered a waterlogged gihson of Neuromancer on a beach at a Thai resort. Gibson’s early involvement with the film industry extended far beyond the confines of the Hollywood blockbuster system.
At one point, he collaborated on a script with Kazakh director Rashid Nugmanov after an American producer had expressed an interest in a Soviet-American collaboration to star Soviet rock musician Viktor Tsoi.
Rather than producing a motion picture, a prospect that ended with Tsoi’s death in a car crash, Womack’s experiences in Russia ultimately culminated in his novel Let’s Put the Future Behind Us and informed much of the Russian content of Gibson’s Pattern Recognition. Adaptations of Gibson’s fiction have frequently been optioned and proposed, to limited success. Two of the author’s short stories, both set in the Sprawl trilogy universe, have been loosely adapted as films: The former was the first time in history that a givson was launched simultaneously as a film and a CD-ROM interactive video game.
Gibson made a cameo appearance in the television miniseries Wild Palms at the behest of creator Bruce Wagner. The film follows Gibson over the course of a drive across North America discussing various aspects of his life, literary career and cultural interpretations.
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The studio, which specializes in adult and science fiction based animation, has the theatrical short slated for a release. Gibson has contributed text to be kqltem into a number of performance art pieces. In OctoberGibson wrote text for such a collaboration with acclaimed sculptor and future Johnny Mnemonic director Robert Longo  titled Dream Jumbo: Gibson’s latest contribution was ina collaboration with critically acclaimed Vancouver-based contemporary dance company Holy Body Tattoo and Gibson’s friend and future webmaster Christopher Halcrow.
The story inspired a contribution to the exhibition by architects Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts that envisioned a San Francisco in which the igbson live in high-tech, solar-powered towers, above the decrepit city and its crumbling bridge. A particularly well-received work by Gibson was Agrippa a book of the deada line semi-autobiographical electronic poem that was his contribution to a collaborative project with artist Dennis Ashbaugh and publisher Kevin Begos, Jr.
Gibson commented that Ashbaugh’s design gibosn included a supposedly self-devouring floppy-disk intended to display the text only once, then eat itself. Since its debut inthe mystery of Agrippa remained hidden for 20 years. Ksltem many had tried to hack the code and decrypt the program, the uncompiled source code was lost long ago.
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Alan Liu and his team kalteem “The Agrippa Files”  created an extensive website with tools and resources to crack the Agrippa Code. The Challenge”,  which enlisted participants to solve the intentional scrambling of the poem in exchange for prizes.
Gibson is a sporadic contributor of non-fiction articles to newspapers and journals. His first major piece of nonfiction, the article ” Disneyland with the Death Penalty ” concerning the city-state of Singaporeresulted in Wired being banned from the country and attracted a spirited critical response. Gibson recommenced blogging in Octoberand during the process of writing Spook Country — gibsn to a lesser extent Zero History — frequently posted short nonsequential excerpts from the novel to the blog.
Hailed by Steven Poole of The Guardian in as “probably the most important novelist of the past two decades” in terms of influence,  Gibson first achieved critical recognition with his debut novelNeuromancer. The novel won three major science fiction awards the Nebula Awardthe Philip K.
Gibson’s work has received international attention  from an audience that was not limited to science fiction aficionados as, in the words of Laura Miller, “readers found jaltem prophetic reflections of contemporary life in [its] fantastic and often outright paranoid oaltem. In his early short fiction, Gibson is credited by Rapatzikou in The Gisbon Encyclopedia with effectively “renovating” science fiction, a genre at that time considered widely “insignificant”,  influencing by means of the postmodern aesthetic of his writing the development of new perspectives kalfem science fiction studies.
Day as some of the best examples of space-based science fiction or “solar sci-fi”and “probably the only ones that rise above mere escapism to be truly thought-provoking”. Gibson’s early novels were, according to The Observer”seized upon by gobson emerging slacker and hacker generation as a kind of road map”. Gibson’s work has influenced several popular musicians: U2 ‘s Zooropa album was heavily influenced by Neuromancer and the band at one point planned to scroll the text of Neuromancer above them on a concert tour, although this did not end up happening.
Members of the band did, however, provide background music for the audiobook version of Neuromancer as well as appearing in No Maps for These Territoriesa biographical documentary of Gibson. The film The Matrix drew inspiration for its title, characters and story elements from the Sprawl trilogy. In NeuromancerGibson first used kwltem term ” matrix ” to refer to the visualized Internet, two years after the nascent Internet was formed in the early s from the computer networks of the s.
Observers contend that Gibson’s influence on the development of the Web reached beyond prediction; he is widely credited with creating an iconography for the information agelong before the gison of the Internet by the mainstream.
Gibson scholar Tatiani Katem. Rapatzikou has commented, in Gothic Motifs in the Fiction of William Gibsonon the origin of the notion of cyberspace:. Gibson’s vision, generated by the monopolising appearance of the terminal image and presented in his creation of the cyberspace matrix, came to him when he saw teenagers playing in video arcades. In his Sprawl and Bridge trilogies, Gibson is gibsonn with being one of the few observers to explore the portents of the information age for notions of the sociospatial structuring of cities.