Unfortunately I can’t link directly to the audio. You can subscribe to Bookworm in iTunes (and I highly recommend it). You can listen from this KCRW link to the Gibson interview page.
Spook Country (Putnam)
What’s happened to William Gibson? Along with the most sophisticated future-predictions, speculations about the sociology of cities, and adventures in virtual post-realities, he has finally learned how to get his characters from one room to another. We explore this accomplishment (in which he takes a good deal of pride)
Listen to latest Gibson audio interview here
CBC Radio One site and info
September 19, 2007
William Gibson Bookclub
This week on the podcast a special audio bookclub with award-winning author William Gibson.
August 5, 2007 by admin.
“Someone’s already named a Web site after NODE, the nonexistent magazine in “˜Spook Country,’ “ [Gibson] said. “It’s sort of scary.” – Chris Watson, Bookends: William Gibson explores the science fiction of the here-and-now in his new novel [Santa Cruz Sentinel]
“ “Someone has a website going where every single thing mentioned in Spook Country has a blog entry and usually an illustration so, every reference, someone has taken it, researched it and written a sort of little Wikipedia entry for it and all in the format of a website that pretends to be from a magazine called Node,
W. Gibson shows up in Second Life!