Tweets from Egypt’s recent revolution are set to be published into a book by publishers, OR Books. Titled “Tweets from Tahrir: Egypt’s Revolution as it Unfolded, in the words of the People who made it,” the book is intended to document only tweets from those following and protesting in Egypt.
“The Twitter accounts of the activists who brought heady days of revolution to Egypt in January and February this year paint an exhilarating picture of an uprising in real-time,” the publishing company said in a statement.
“This book brings together a selection of key tweets in a compelling, fast-paced narrative, allowing the story of the uprising to be told directly by the people in Tahrir Square,” the statement said.
The book is to be edited by Egyptian activist, Nadie Idle and British journalist, Alex Nunns.