SCIENCE FICTION, THE LITERATURE OF THE FANTASTIC & MORE
William Gibson. Neuromancer. 1986.
William Gibson. Neuromancer. West Bloomfield, Michigan: Phantasia Press, 1986. Pictorial dust jacket.
Note the kinetic, and high-information painting by Barclay Shaw for the dust jacket: the scene is neon post-Bowie noir, full of urban menace and suggestion, with semiotic teasers and colored geometries. On this front panel, a young man holds a keyboard.
The dust jacket is not the text but the context of the book. Bibliography, like science fiction, as close observation of the present.