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October 11, 2003
SPIKE GILLESPIE, who claims censorship because her bumper sticker insulting President Bush was removed from her book jacket ("She Says Her Cover Is Blown," by Dana Calvo, Oct. 7), needs to have her mouth washed with soap. She can call the president whatever her level of ignorance and bias produces, but the text of her book is sufficient to express her vulgarity. It need not be blared on the book cover as well. Charles K. Sergis Calabasas
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October 7, 2003 | Dana Calvo, Special to The Times
Spike Gillespie never aspired to be the yellow rose of Texas. Nor did she think of herself as a steel magnolia. Rather, for more than a decade she's been writing about her travails as a combat boot-wearing single mother with leftist politics in the Lone Star state.
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