In Monday’s issue of the magazine, the News section has a story on ALA’s recent midwinter meeting in San Diego, a summary of the Future of Publishing Roundtable that took place this week, and a look at international bestsellers. In Retailing, a story investigates if it’s time to change co-op, even though it provides thousands of dollars, or millions in the case of chains, to retailers’ bottom lines. A feature on the upcoming crop of political books finds that folks who slunk away except for periodic cameos on FOX News are in full force (Ron Paul, Mike Huckabee, Karl Rove), offering their action plans for the future and looking back at the past. In Reviews, there’s a boxed review of The Troubled Man by Henning Mankell, and Q&As with Joseph O’Connor, author of Ghost Light; Téa Obreht, author of The Tiger’s Wife; and Donovan Hohn, author of Moby Duck.