Tommy: My Journey of a Lifetime (with Tommy G. Thompson)
The autobiography of four-term Wisconsin governor and former Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G. Thompson. Filled with never before told stories, the book captures Thompson’s incredible journey from small-town grocer’s son to globetrotting statesman.
"Once when I was visiting President George H. W. Bush in Washington, while he was president, he took me out to lunch at the Alibi Club, a private club where he was a member. It was clear the staff there revered him. At one point, Bush took me into the kitchen and introduced me to the chef and the waiters. It was hard for me to imagine a president doing that, but he did. Leaving the kitchen, Bush said, ‘Never forget where you came from, Tommy.’ I never have. "
The Back 40: TASC’s Story
An amazing 40-year story that began with a Stevens Point farmer's vision of fair tax deductions for sole proprietors. Don Rashke's vision became, under his son, Dan Rashke, Madison-based TASC, the country's largest third-party administrator, with annual revenues in excess of $100 million. To get there, the Rashkes faced down doubt and near bankruptcy, and emerged not only spectacularly successful, but with an unmatched commitment to giving back and philanthropy.
Lords of the Ring: The Triumph and Tragedy of College Boxing’s Greatest Team
The rise and fall of varsity boxing at the University of Wisconsin. Twice optioned for a film, the book was runner-up for the Derleth Award for the best nonfiction book of the year by a Wisconsin author, and received honorable mention on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of the best college sports books of all time.
Surrounded by Reality: The Best of Doug Moe on Madison
A collection of Doug’s best newspaper columns. Of the book, longtime Madison Mayor Paul Soglin noted, “Humor and sensibility in the same author with a determination to get to the truth. It is uncommon but it is Doug Moe.
Good Men: The Lives and Philanthropy of Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman
A biography of the beloved brothers who gave Madison so much, with a foreword by legendary basketball coach Bo Ryan.
Uncommon Sense: The Life of Marshall Erdman (with Alice D’Alessio)
A biography of the Madison original who built the Unitarian Meeting House for Frank Lloyd Wright, and much more.