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William Gibson has been writing about the future of technology and society for more than twenty years, and is even credited with coining the term “cyberspace.” But his most recent novels are set squarely in the present. We talk with the author about writing, technology, modern-day countercultures and his latest book, “Spook Country.”
- William Gibson Author, "Spook Country" (Putnam)
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