Indian author Arundhati Roy is set to publish only her second novel 20 years after winning the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her debut, The God of Small Things.
The acclaimed author’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, will be published in 2017, her publisher Hamish Hamilton has confirmed.
“I am glad to report that the mad souls (even the wicked ones) in The Ministry of Utmost Happiness have found a way into the world, and that I have found my publishers,” Roy said in a statement.
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The New Statesman has a long feature article on Arundhati Roy and this is only a small sample (NewStatesman): Roy has not published any fiction since The God of Small Things, much to the impatience of the six million people who boug...