Leaman, Jessie. “Picks.”

New York Press 9-15 Dec. 1992: [page unknown] (more…)

Princenthal, Nancy. “Artist’s Book Beat.”

The Print Collector’s Newsletter 23, no. 2 (May-June 1992).

Article offers a thorough description of Agrippa and locates the object in the context of other experimental, electronic texts. (more…)

Gehr, Richard. “Here Today.”

Village Voice 29 Dec. 1992:93.

This article provides a thorough description of the work, as well as a summary of its broadcast and reception. (more…)

Rose, Barbara. “Art and Science Team up.”

Art & Auction June 1992: 32.

Article offers a substantial analysis and description of Dennis Ashbaugh’s artwork. (more…)

William Gibson Alef. Ed. Manuel Derra.

Retrieved 31 August 2005. http://www.antonraubenweiss.com/gibson/gibson0.html

Site features information about many of Gibson’s popular works, as well as information related to Agrippa, including a few photographs of the work. (more…)

Walther, Bo Kampmann. “Digital Aesthetics: A Systematic Approach.”

Keynote address. Digital Aesthetics Conference: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Nyborg Strand, Denmark. 29 April-2 May 2003. Retrieved 4 Dec. 2005. http://www.sdu.dk/Hum/bkw/Digital%20Aesthetics.Nyborg_

Keynote address at the conference of Digital Aesthetics, 2003, featuring commentary on Agrippa. (more…)

Von Ziegesar, Peter. “You Can Read This Book Only Once.”

Kansas City Star 11 Dec. 1992: F5.

Description of an exhibition at the Kansas City Art Institute organized around the Agrippa broadcast. (more…)

Sponsler, Claire. “William Gibson and the Death of Cyberpunk.”

Modes of the Fantastic : Selected Essays from the Twelfth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Ed. Robert A. Latham and Robert A. Collins. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1995.

This essay considers William Gibson’s sprawl trilogy in the context of postmodern discourse. (more…)

Schwenger, Peter. “Agrippa, or, The Apocalyptic Book.”

South Atlantic Quarterly Fall 1993: 617-626.

This issue of South Atlantic Quarterly is devoted to discussions of cyberculture, and features a literary analysis of Agrippa. (more…)

Roberts, Adam. Science Fiction.

London: Routledge, 2000.

Book features a chapter entitled “Technology and Metaphor,” and including a chapter section about Gibson: “Case study: William Gibson, Neuromancer.” (more…)