Farley, Christopher John. “Innovative Computer Disk Story Has a Short Shelf Life.”

USA Today 20 Apr. 1992: 2D.

Article is a brief news piece about the release of Agrippa.

“…$7,500 for a story that self-destructs? Gibson counters that there’s an egalitarian side to the project: There will be a one-time modem transmission of the story to museums and other venues…” (Facsimile image and full text of preliminary correspondence between Chris Farley and the Publisher available in Documents.)