William Gibson (1948 - ), is an American writer of science fiction and one of the leaders of the cyberpunk movement. His works are usually composed of futuristic stories about the influences of cybernetic and cyberspace (computer simulated reality) technology on human race living in a considerably near future. His first novel, Neuromancer, won three major science-fiction awards (Nebula, Hugo, and Philip K. Dick Memorial Award).
- 1984 Neuromancer (part 1 of the Sprawl Trilogy)
- 1986 Count Zero (part 2 of the Sprawl Trilogy)
- 1988 Mona Lisa Overdrive (part 3 of the Sprawl Trilogy)
- 1990 The Difference Engine (with Bruce Sterling)
- 1993 Virtual Light
- 1996 Idoru
- 1999 All Tomorrow's Parties