ByErika Smith

Erika W. Smith is a writer. She uses the W. so she doesn’t get mistaken for the Indianapolis journalist or Marilyn Monroe impersonator who share her name. She’s on Twitter and has a website, too.

  1. Joan Baez’s memoir, And A Voice To Sing With, is far more of a tell-all than most musicians’ memoirs. While Bob Dylan’s Chronicles is mostly about Woody Guthrie and antique shopping in the 1980s, And A Voice To Sing With tells you, if anything, too much about “The Queen of Folk’s” personal life: her teenage sexual fantasies about Marlon Brando; her complicated relationship with Bob Dylan; her sweet and short-lived romance with a woman,…