9 Feb 2020

William Gibson: Why our 'now' is getting shorter and shorter

From Sunday Morning, 10:04 am on 9 February 2020

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William Gibson has imagined the near future more convincingly than anyone else for four decades now. He was also the first person to coin the term 'cyberspace' in a novel. Gibson, who is arguably the world's most influential living sci-fi writer, is back with his latest science fiction thriller, Agency, a book with both feet placed firmly in the future that will leave readers with plenty to chew over.

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