Notwithstanding these minor flaws, Zero History offers a refreshing perspective. With literary fiction largely ignoring the speed of technological and cultural change, and science fiction trending dystopian, it’s good to have William Gibson out there to straddle the line, offering up viable futures while providing evidence of just how strange it can be to live in the Now.

WILLIAM GIBSON | Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline | September 22 at 6 pm | $5 | 617.566.6660

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