Read Tomorrow Today

The New York Times loved William Gibson’s latest novel Zero History. Reviewer Scarlett Thomas said, “As always, Gibson’s writing is thrillingly tight. …The only other writer who is as good at chronicling our contemporary milieu, in which the world of things eats itself like an ouroboros[*], is Douglas Coupland. To read Gibson is to read the present as if it were the future, because it seems the present is becoming the future faster than it is becoming the past” (The full review is here.)

You can meet William Gibson Thursday, September 16; he’ll be reading at the Minneapolis Central Library at 7:30pm. Tickets are available now at M&Q. Get yours today.–David E