A February 2007 article in the British newspaper The Guardian discusses Arundhati Roy's plans for her second book.
Tim Adams takes a look at Arundhati Roy's political views and nonfiction writing in this 2009 interview.
A profile of the book and the author on the Booker Prize website. Roy was the 37th recipient of the prize.
Arundhati Roy discusses The God of Small Things in a 1997 interview for Salon.com.
A website explaining some of the traditions behind Kathakali performances in India.
Roy responds to readers' questions about The God of Small Things for the BBC World Book Club.
Roy discusses her novel on NPR's All Things Considered in 2007.
A map of Kerala, the Indian State where the novel takes place.
A photo of Roy after winning the Booker Prize for The God of Small Things.