Because the company is small and the standards high, the acceptance of book submissions is rigid and limited. Condor Publishing, Inc. publishes high-quality children’s books, family-appropriate adult Westerns, and Historical Fiction—with a new line of Social Justice books coming on board.
In 2004, the company expanded its base by purchasing a ranch in Southern Colorado, intending to create a writers’ retreat. That remains in the planning stage.
Thus, Condor Publishing, Inc. remains a small unpretentious house committed to publishing high-quality, “family-appropriate” books. Our books can be found in libraries and bookstores in many countries. They are produced in paperback, hard cover, ebook, and we are currently expanding to audiobooks.
Our books are for sale though many venues, including this website. Individuals may purchase directly using the links. Buyers for stores, libraries, or for other large purchases, may contact the publisher for discount pricing at [email protected]
A Michigan public school teacher for many years, Heath is at home in the classroom as well as when presenting before community groups. She has had articles, poems, and stories published in anthologies, national and regional magazines and newspapers. Heath was a recipient of the Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference Award and a featured speaker at a Sundance Children’s Festival.
Gail Heath, currently a teacher for the Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nevada, is a teacher trainer for Equity & Diversity. She has also served on the advisory board of Teaching Tolerance, now called Learning for Justice (sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center). Heath writes and actively speaks out against all types of social injustice: prejudice, bigotry, and racism. She is expanding Condor Publishing, Inc. to include a line of books dedicated to honoring and celebrating all people—all diversity.