1. When brain damage brings out extraordinary talents in ordinary people. 
In The Accidental Terrorist, Adam Piore gets inside the mind of the accountant-turned-guerrilla warrior who tried to overthrow the Cambodian government. 

    When brain damage brings out extraordinary talents in ordinary people. 

    In The Accidental Terrorist, Adam Piore gets inside the mind of the accountant-turned-guerrilla warrior who tried to overthrow the Cambodian government. 

  2. The New York Review of Books looks at the Khmer Rouge tribunal and the strange legacy of Hun Sen (pictured). In The Accidental Terrorist, Adam Piore tells the story of a misfit revolutionary bent on overthrowing Hun Sen. 

    The New York Review of Books looks at the Khmer Rouge tribunal and the strange legacy of Hun Sen (pictured). In The Accidental Terrorist, Adam Piore tells the story of a misfit revolutionary bent on overthrowing Hun Sen. 

  3. Adam Piore brings this espionage action story to life for readers.

    — True Crime Reader reviews The Accidental Terrorist

  4. Imprisoned California terrorist Yasith Chhun tells PRI’s The World why he tried to violently overthrow the government of Cambodia.

    Read about Chhun’s bizarre journey from American patriot to U.S. enemy in The Accidental Terrorist

  5. Global Post has an excerpt from The Accidental Terrorist. Read it!

    Global Post has an excerpt from The Accidental Terrorist. Read it!

  6. Photos from our panel last night on social media’s role in revolutionary movements. Stay tuned for the podcast!

  7. Tonight at New America NYC:

    You Say You Want a Revolution: Uprisings, Technology, and the Media

    Two of our authors will discuss how they’ve covered uprisingsbefore and afterthe social media revolution. 

  8. Reading list for tomorrow’s event (5/8) at New America NYC on the role of technology in revolutions:
How the January 25 Egyptian Revolution Was Organized by David Wolman (excerpt from The Instigators)
Why Don’t We Care About Syria? by Emily Parker 
A California Accountant’s Coup by Adam Piore (excerpt from The Accidental Terrorist) 

    Reading list for tomorrow’s event (5/8) at New America NYC on the role of technology in revolutions:

  9. Yasith Chhun loved America. And he was willing to kill to bring freedom to Cambodia.
The Accidental Terrorist by Adam Piore  
Out now on iPad Kindle Nook iBooks Kobo
Enter to win the interactive ebook from Super Punch!

    Yasith Chhun loved America. And he was willing to kill to bring freedom to Cambodia.

    The Accidental Terrorist by Adam Piore  

    Out now on iPad Kindle Nook iBooks Kobo

    Enter to win the interactive ebook from Super Punch!

  10. Happy e-reading. 

    ljdigital:

    Narratives in a Digital Age

    The Atavist

    For Monday, we will continue learning about some of the innovative digital approaches The Atavist has taken with publishing narrative non-fiction in the E-Single format. Please read its newest story, “The Accidental Terrorist,” and also “The Instigators,” which was nominated for an Ellie in the reporting category from the American Society of Magazine Editors.