Mirrorshades: the cyberpunk anthology

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Arbor House, 1986 - Fiction - 239 pages
15 Reviews
A collection of tales by the best new science fiction writers of the eighties, including Greg Bear, Pat Cadigan, William Gibson, Rudy Rucker, Lewis Shiner, Tom Maddox, and John Shirley

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Review: Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology

User Review  - Stacy - Goodreads

A great introduction to cyberpunk! My favourite stories were Snake-Eyes by Tom Maddox, 400 Boys by Marc Laidlaw, Freezone by John Shirley, Stone Lives by Paul Di Filippo and Mozart in Mirrorshades by Bruce Sterling and Lewis Shiner. Read full review

Review: Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology

User Review  - David Alexander McLane - Goodreads

Not enough cyberpunk to be considered a cyberpunk anthology. I feel a bit guilty rating this book 2 stars, as there are some very good stories found within, but I would consider only a few of them ... Read full review

Contents

SnakeEyes
12
Rock
34
Boys
50
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Bruce Sterling is the author of the nonfiction books Tomorrow Now and The Hacker Crackdown, as well as the novels Distraction, Holy Fire, Heavy Weather, and Islands in the Net. With William Gibson he co-authored the acclaimed novel The Difference Engine. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Austin, Texas.

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