In Monday’s issue of the magazine, we take a look at international bestsellers; how California indies are looking for opportunities with 39 Borders stores closing in the state; and adult fiction debuts from writers of bestselling YA novels. There is a piece on industry legend Martin Levin’s new book, All I Know About Management I Learned from My Dog, and a profile of William Gurstelle, author of The Practical Pyromaniac: Build Fire Tornadoes, One-Candlepower Engines, Great Balls of Fire, and More Incendiary Devices. There are features on epic fantasy novels and on science fiction’s popularity among readers in the military, as well as a Why I Write essay by Harry Turtledove. On the Soapbox page, Bill Henderson talks about the negative impacts of technology.