“August 20th, 1916. Looked over land for sale. Took a walk up the Blue Creek Canyon.” —Earl Clayton
Earl and Mariam Clayton settled the land at the mouth of the Blue Creek Canyon in 1917, naming their holdings the Blue C Ranch. Their grandchildren and great grandchildren — the Compton branch of the family — have come to own “the Ranch,” and several still live there, including Sandy Compton, one of the area’s most respected writers. He has named his small publishing company “Blue Creek Press” in honor of the land he grew up on.
Blue Creek Press edits, designs, and publishes proprietary and subsidy books, as well as collateral and advertising materials for business and non-profit organizations, including Montana Wilderness Association, Idaho Conservation League and Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. We are specialists in production for on-demand books. We offer discounts to non-profits whose mission we believe in.
Fun and financial independence through creative expression.
Heron, Montana, (home to Blue Creek Press) is just to the south of the proposed Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. The jagged peak on the right is Sawtooth Mountain. The bulky mountain on the left is Clayton Peak.
The latest book from Blue Creek Press offers an in-depth look at the dogmatic, patricentric, outmoded and virtually unprovable doctrine of the Christian Church, and Catholicism in particular. If you harbor doubts about your religious beliefs and feel confused and alone in your disbelief, All Fish Have Bones is a book that can help resolve your uncertainty.