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Arundhati Roy was catapulted to fame in 1997 when she won the Booker Prize for her first novel, The God of Small Things. She is trained as an architect, worked as a production designer and written the screenplays for two films. Since then she has also become known internationally for her lyrical political writing in books like Power Politics, War Talk, and An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire.
 
“[W]hen you live in the United States, with the roar of the free market, the roar of this huge military power, the roar of being at the heart of empire, it's hard to hear the whispering of the rest of the world. And I think many U.S. citizens want to.”


                 Links to off site talks, video, and interviews

Arundhati Roy on the Indian Elections, Her Support for the Iraq Resistance & the Privatization of War. Democracy Now. May 19, 2004

Arundhati Roy Responds to Bushs State of the Union on Iraq. Democracy Now. January 21, 2004

Arundhati Roy at World Social Forum Opening in Bombay. Democracy Now. January 20, 2004

Arundhati Roys talk Instant-Mix Imperial Democracy, Buy One Get One Free. Democracy Now. October 24, 2003

A Conversation Between Arundhati Roy and Howard Zinn. Democracy Now. May 28, 2003.

Roy on Empire, the Corporate Media, Indian Politics, Her Childhood and War. Democracy Now. May 12, 2003.

Roy On the Invasion of Iraq and India's Threat to Preemptively Attack Pakistan. Democracy Now. April 14, 2003.

Arundhati Roy Slams U.S. Invasion As Protests Intensify and U.N. Security Council Members Voice Their Opposition. Democracy Now. March 20, 2003.

'Come September': Arundhati Roy on Iraq, U.S. Foreign Policy, Palestine & Corporate Globalization. Democracy Now. February 24, 2003.

"It Won't Be Long Before the Majority of American People Become Our Allies": Arundhati Roy on Bush's Plans to Invade Iraq Democracy Now. February 14, 2003.

Power Politics: Roy on Iraq, U.S. Foreign Policy, Palestine & Corporate Globalization. Democracy Now. October 22, 2002.

The Case of Arundhati Roy and Power Politics. Building Bridges. September 14, 2002.

Arundhati Roy Faces Prison for Speaking Out Against the Privatization of Rivers, Energy, and Other Essential Resources in India. Democracy Now. March 4, 2002.

Under the Nuclear Shadow: A Conversation with Arundhati Roy as India and Pakistan Falter on the Brink of War. Democracy Now. January 24, 2002.

Arundhati Roy Speaks On War, Terror and the Logic of Empire. Democracy Now. October 19, 2001.

Arundhati Roy explains why she continues to protest despite the risks of being sent to prison. BBC. August, 2001.

Arundhati Roy: A Writer's Place In Politics. Freespeech. February 15, 2001.

Arundhati Roy discusses India's independence and the effect it's had on politics, culture and religions. Also featuring Gita Mehta and Salman Rushdie. NPR. August 14, 1997

An Interview with Arundhati Roy about her book "The God of Small Things". NPR. June 16, 1997.
 

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