William Gibson
Awards Won
Science Fiction Chronicle Reader Award for Best Novel
Tähtivaeltaja Award
Philip K. Dick Award
Hugo Award for Best Novel
Nebula Award for Best Novel
Schools
University of British Columbia
Age
70
Episodes
First Person Shooter
Kill Switch
The Miracle Worker
Credits (Film)
Johnny Mnemonic
New Rose Hotel
Piranha Piranha
Pattern Recognition
Films Written
Johnny Mnemonic
Series Written
Bridge trilogy
Sprawl trilogy
Works Written
Neuromancer
Count Zero
Mona Lisa Overdrive
Virtual Light
Idoru
The Difference Engine
Burning Chrome
All Tomorrow's Parties
Spook Country
Pattern Recognition
Agrippa (A Book of the Dead)
Virtuelles Licht
OP Idoru
Johnny Mnemonic
Zero History
Neiromant
Cryptych Magazine 1/6
Quemando Cromo - Tapa Dura -
Luz Virtual - Tapa Dura -
Biochips. Zweiter Roman der Neuromancer- Trilogie
Die Neuromancer- Trilogie
The Butterfingers Angel
Dogfight
The Gernsback Continuum
Red Star
Winter Orbit
Fragments of a Hologram Rose
The Winter Market
Hinterlands
Burning Chrome
New Rose Hotel
The Belonging Kind
Skinner's Room
Bridge trilogy
Credits
Johnny Mnemonic
New Rose Hotel
Piranha Piranha
Pattern Recognition
Series Written
Playhouse 90
The X-Files
Birthdate
1948-03-17
Birthplace
Conway
South Carolina
United States of America
Nationality
Canada
United States of America
Films Directed
Piranha Piranha
Albums
Neuromancer
Profession
Novelist
Author
Actor
Writer
Nominated For
Nebula Award for Best Short Story
Locus Award for Best Collection
Locus Award for Best Short Story
Philip K. Dick Award
Nebula Award for Best Novelette
Locus Award for Best First Novel
Hugo Award for Best Novel
Nebula Award for Best Novel
Hugo Award for Best Novelette
Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel
Arthur C. Clarke Award

William Gibson

William Ford Gibson (born March 17, 1948) 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 1970s, his early works were noir, near-future stories that explored the effects of technology, cybernetics, and computer networks on humans—a "combination of lowlife and high tech"—and helped to create an iconography for the information age before the ... more on Wikipedia

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