Entries tagged with ‘book’

Published Book

Tim Koerner ’07 just became a 1st-time author with the release of his children’s book, ‘What Does A Screen Mean?’ via Saint Paul, MN publisher, Beaver’s Pond Press. He has 2 sons, Lewis (3) and Arlo (9 mo) and noted when Lewis was 1 that he was using remotes and other electronics correctly. Tim searched […]

Sarah Fredericks ’01

Sarah E. Fredericks ’01 has published her first book, Measuring and Evaluating Sustainability: Ethics in Sustainability Indexes (Routledge, 2013). http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415836371/ This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

Stacey Ginsburg ’94

Stacey Ginsburg ’94, published her first book through Bone Soup Press & Lulu.com. Girltruth from the Belly is a coming of age adventure memoir. After escaping from her small town and small town problems, our heroine meets the Devil in Moscow. Myth and cold hard truth guide her out of the belly of the wolf. […]

Dean Hyers ’88 and Pete Machalek ’89

Dean Hyers ’88 sold his interactive media company (Digital Café) so he could direct an an independent movie (Bill’s Gun Shop) that got released by Warner Brother’s. Dean then became a spy-trainer, teaching acting to US and Canadian undercover agents at a federal spy school. This inspired Dean to take his knowledge of presence and presenting into corporate America, where he coached $2 billion of winning sales pitches. Co-developed with Pete Machalek […]

Jodie Boulet-Daughters ’82

In April of this year I published a children’s book about my first dog, Mambo. The book title is – Mambo’s Tail: A dog’s journey of discovery about all the things his tail can do. www.mambostail.com This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, […]

Chris Ryan ’01

I recently published a short eBook on financial and other potential adverse affects of television on ones’ life. I am certain my education at Gustavus (Class of 2001), especially Professor Wohl in the Economics department contributed to my ability to think critically & quantitatively. I do not consider myself an author, but thought I would share […]