Todays NY Times had an interesting Q&A session with William Gibson.
“Do you feel that you’ve transcended the science-fiction genre in your work? My roots are in a genre. That is the funny thing. Novels are called novels because, ideally, they provide a novel experience. But in genre, you’re sort of buying a guarantee that you are going to have essentially the same experience again and again. It’s a novel. It won’t be too novel. Don’t worry.”
See the full William Gibson Interview… (you will need to click an ad to see the interview)
thanks to Noemi for the heads up – Enoc