Rampike 11 22 Nov. 1999.
Interview with Gibson, with emphasis on Agrippa.
“So, the result of the thing for me, in a funny way, was that I produced a sort of monument to my father, because the piece is a long three-verse poem about my relationship with my father who died when I was very young and I didn’t get to know him very well. And it wound up being this permanent ghostly presence on the inter-net, which I couldn’t erase if I wanted to. Which is interesting too. There is no place to go and pull the plug on this thing. It sort of lives there. So, it worked out really well. It was quite startling the amount of press it generated on its own. It generated as much commentary as a book.”