- Clancy Sigal
Clancy Sigal (born 1926) is an American novelist and screenwriter born in Chicago. He was a part of the Philadelphia Association experiment with R. D. Laing at Kingsley Hall. He was one of several co-writers of the screenplay for the 2002 Salma Hayek film Frida, based on the book Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera. His wife, Janice Tidwell Sigal, is featured in the recent BBC TV series The Trap. He is perhaps best known for his autobiographical novel Going Away (1961).
- "Harry Bridges" The New York Times, January 7, 1973, p. 388
- "Zone of the Interior" (2005) Pomona Press ISBN 1-904590-10-1
- A Woman of Uncertain Character: The amorous and radical adventures of my mother Jennie (who always wanted to be a respectable Jewish mom) by her bastard son (2006) New York: Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-7867-1748-3
- Reviews for The New York Review of Books
- On the run again During the Vietnam war, I hid deserters and watched it unravel as the GI movement grew. Iraq could go the same way
- On the run again version at the Guardian
- Letter to the Editor, The Observer
- Clancy Sigal at the Internet Movie Database
- A trip to the far side of madness
- "Remembering Mom, the Labor Organizer", Morning Edition, National Public Radio, September 4, 2006.
- Sigal as a staff member of the UCLA Daily Bruin
-  Clancy Sigal's personal story, "Married to the Cause" on how me met his wife through the early women's movement in the United Kingdom, circa 1970.
- "Liberal Fatalism Lit the Fire," Los Angeles Times, Jun 10, 1992, page 7 Sigal on the first Rodney King verdict.
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