- Burning Chrome - William Gibson
- Gibson's short stories.
- Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mone Lisa Overdrive - William Gibson
- The "Cyberspace Trilogy."
- Mirrorshades the Cyberpunk Anthology - Bruce Sterling ed.
- Useful pointer to actual no-kidding Movement Cyberpunks.
- Mindplayers - Pat Cadigan
- Her best novel. An absolute must-have.
- Heatseeker - John Shirley
- Shirley's short-stories. His most significant and influential work. More-or-less official lit-crit organ of cyberpunk SF and assorted fellow-travellers. Very sporadic.
- Science Fiction Studies
- Dull gray academic rag seized in startling coup by wacky post-modernists. Now almost readable!
- The first magazine of the 1990s that actually looks and acts as if it belongs in this decade. Now in its fourth year!
- Australian cyberculture weighs in with a big glossy artzine.
Non-Fiction, Critical Studies
- Storming the Reality Studio - Larry McCaffery ed.
- Cyberpunk's man-in-academe gives his highly postmodern take on matters in this bug-crusher anthology.
- Cyberpunk: Outlaws and Hackers on the Computer Frontier - Katie Hafner and John Markoff.
- The best book to date on the outlaw "computer underground."
- Across the Wounded Galaxies - Larry McCaffery ed.
- McCaffery interviews various weirdo leading-lights of pomo SF, including Gibson and Sterling.
- The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier - Bruce Sterling.
- It's not just for breakfast any more.
- Terminal Identity - Scott Bukatman
- Headlong foray across the wild terrain of postmodern technology theory.
- The Happy Mutant Handbook - Mark Frauenfelder, Carla Sinclair, Gareth Branwyn, Will Kreth, eds
- The first Boing Boing book. More weird fun per micron than normals will ever imagine.
- Escape Velocity - Mark Dery
- Cyberculture: threat or menace? Round up the usual suspects: Stelarc, Moravec, Pauline, Sirius, Mu, Frauenfelder, Haraway, Orlan, Cronenberg, Dibell, Reznor, Leary, Lanier, Laurel, Barlow, Sobchack, Ross, Milhon, Kelly, Gibson, Cadigan, Shirley, etc etc.