Biography of William Gibson


Study Guides on Works by William Gibson

William Gibson first wrote The Miracle Worker for Playhouse 90, a television anthology drama series that gave networks the opportunity to air something different from the traditional long-running serials, but more meaty than half-our sit-coms or...

"Neuromancer" is a novel written by William Gibson, a canonical work in the genre of "cyberpunk" award-winning "Nebula" (1984), "Hugo" (1985) and Prize of Philip K. Dick. This is the first novel by Gibson, which opens the trilogy "Cyberspace". It...