William Gibson’s autobiography is an interesting piece of writing, detailing how and why he became a writer. I re-read this today, and it made me happy.
Google me and you can learn that I do it all on a manual typewriter, something that hasn’t been true since 1985, but which makes such an easy hook for a lazy journalist that I expect to be reading it for the rest of my life. I only used a typewriter because that was what everyone used in 1977, and it was manual because that was what I happened to have been able to get, for free.
Also, if you haven’t read his poem Agrippa, you really should. In my humble opinion, anyway.
Anyways, I’ve got family in town. See ya later!