It is probably clear that I admire William Gibson's fiction. However he has also written a number of magazine pieces, book prefaces, and other non-fiction during his career. Back in 2012 some (though I guess not all?) was collected in Distrust That Particular Flavor, paired with brief comments on each piece by the author. I bought it, read it and really enjoyed it. Here is a decent collection of writings on many different subjects; places such as Tokyo and Singapore ('Disneyland with a Death Penalty'), film, technology, and literature. In some way all of it reflects Gibson's fiction, but mostly they contain the subtle flavor of the times when they were written. The majority of us can not sense such flavor until well after we lived them.