William L. Gibson is an author, researcher, and sound artist based in Southeast Asia.
In the Land of Pagodas and Laotian Pages, scholarly translations with Paul Bruthiaux of Alfred Raquez's travels through China and Laos at the turn of the century, are published by NIAS Press.
William's work has appeared in Signal to Noise and The Mekong Review, among others, and his recent academic articles have been published in Archipel, History and Anthropology, and the Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient.
'Opium Traces,' William's feature column on Asian art and media, be found at popmatters.com.
William proudly collaborated with Sublime Frequencies on a release of Singapore pop music.
Albums from his experimental sound project Third World Skull Candy are available on BitPulse Records. Listen to selected tracks on William's soundcloud page.