My name is Erica Naone, and I’m a writer of fiction and nonfiction. I started this blog to record some of my thoughts on the things I read. The process of reading and writing has always been a way of participating in the larger community of readers and writers. The Web makes that more explicit, and this is my way of joining in more fully.

If you’d like to e-mail me, you can reach me by typing in my first name, then a dot, then my last name, and sending it to me at gmail (the convoluted explanation is to make sure you’re a human). Please don’t send pitches for Technology Review to this address.


12 responses to “About

  1. Saw your site when it was tracked back to Every Day Fiction. I’m enjoying it so far and look forward to continuing to follow it in the future. Nicely done.

  2. Thanks, Jason. So glad you like the blog.

  3. Thanks for the great post about my story. I’m glad you liked it, and I appreciate all the thought you put into your post. Sorry to hear about your rough experience, but it looks like you’ve recovered well. Good luck with your own work– I’m looking forward to checking it out.

  4. Thanks, Matt. I hope to read much more of your work in the future.

  5. Hi again Erica – Thought I’d drop you a line to let you know my latest short story is at Every Day Fiction. I’d love to hear feedback/criticism if you have the time. Thanks, Jason


  6. Hi there! Found you through Matt Bell’s blog. Good stuff here. Is there an RSS feed for your blog?

  7. Hi Brad,

    Welcome! I haven’t been able to figure out how to set up an RSS widget here, but, as a test, I was able to subscribe to my blog through Google Reader by clicking “add subscription” and entering the blog’s URL. I’m not sure which feed reader program you’re using — I hope that helps. And, if you happen to know how I can add an RSS widget to a hosted WordPress blog, I’ll be happy to give it a try.

    Update: I figured it out! The widget is there now. Thanks for pushing me to do this.

  8. I miss you.

  9. Hi Ryan,

    Your recent six was pretty amusing.

  10. Are you the same Erica Naone that wrote the MIT thesis on The Dancer in Nature for your MS? I connected your sought degree to a LinkedIn page to a reference to Technology Review and finally to this blog …

    I am reading the thesis now and finding it fascinating.

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