Enclave is a leading publisher of Christian speculative fiction. Whether it’s Christian science fiction you love, or fantasy, time travel, steampunk, alternate history, spiritual warfare, superhero, or technothriller—if it’s speculative and it comes from the Christian worldview, Enclave is the place to go. We strive to get Christian speculative fiction into the hands of the fans who love and devour great stories.
An enclave is a group of like-minded people in a place where they are surrounded by those who are not like-minded. It is not a place to hide, instead, Enclave is a place where authors and fans of Christian Fantasy and Science Fiction can come together and then go out and make a difference through worlds of words. Our stories can seem strange but underneath they contain powerful expressions of Redemption, Truth, and Hope.
We release books at a rate of one new hardcover title per month. In addition, we release the paperback of a prior hardcover each month. Sign up for our newsletter and stay in touch!
Our Biblical Theme Verse
Acts 17: 20 “You are bringing some strange ideas to our ears, and we would like to know what they mean.”
Our Publishing Philosophy
“Enclave publishes out-of-this-world stories that are informed by a coherent theology”
Steve Laube, publisher of Enclave, is also president and founder of The Steve Laube Agency and a four-decade veteran of the book industry. He began his career in the bookselling arena and his store was named the Christian Booksellers Association (CBA) store of the year. He then spent over a decade with Bethany House Publishers rising to the position of an editorial director and was named the AWSA Golden Scroll Editor of the Year. Then he became a literary agent and in 2004 formed The Steve Laube Agency and was named the ACFW Agent of the Year. He has also been inducted into Grand Canyon University’s academic Hall-of-Fame by their College of Theology.
Steve has very eclectic interests. As a literary agent he has represented everything from the sweet romance to the systematic theology. Over the years as an editor or an agent he has worked with many authors in the science fiction and fantasy genres like Karen Hancock, Kathy Tyers, Ronie Kendig, Chuck Black, Kara Swanson, Patrick Carr, Randy Ingermanson & John Olson, Lisa Bergren, Tosca Lee, Bryan Davis, Donita K. Paul, Sharon Hinck, Carla Laureano, Morgan Busse, Nadine Brandes, Gillian Bronte Adams, Daniel Schwabauer, Chawna Schroeder, Victoria McCoombs, James Hannibal, Cindy McCrumb, and others.