Spring 2016 Releases

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W.C. Bauers

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Interview with W.C. Bauers

W.C. Bauers

Today we are excited to have science fiction author W.C. Bauers with us! W.C. works in sales and publishing during the day and writes military science fiction and space opera at night. His first novel, Unbreakable, was an Amazon and B&N “SF/F Best Book of the Month” pick for January 2015. His second, Indomitable, releases July 2016. Bauers’s interests include Taekwondo, military history, …

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The Races of Star Trek: Vulcans and Klingons

Star Trek

When Star Trek: The Original Series made its debut on NBC in 1966, it didn’t take long for aliens to make an appearance. Gene Roddenberry’s first attempt at a pilot, “The Cage,” featured telepathic beings that could concoct realistic hallucinations. (Although NBC rejected that pilot, footage from that episode was later incorporated into the two-part story arc, “The Menagerie.”). The …

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Interview with Joan Campbell

Today we have Joan Campbell with us, one of our newest authors to Enclave. Joan has always been captivated by stories, but it wasn’t until she read The Chronicles of Narnia to her two young daughters that she was inspired to write her own. Through C.S Lewis’ words—and particularly through the character of Aslan—she came to appreciate the powerful way in which …

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What is Steampunk?

What is steampunk? I’ve been asked this question a lot lately since my latest novel, Tainted, released last month. To make it easy, I condensed the definition down to this: steampunk is a fusion of our history (usually Victorian or western) and science fiction/fantasy with advance technology that runs on steam. For example:   London set in an alternate universe where …

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Interview with Jaye L. Knight

Today we have Jaye L. Knight with us! Jaye is an award-winning author, homeschool graduate, and shameless tea addict with a passion for Christian fantasy. Armed with an active imagination and love for adventure, Jaye weaves stories of truth, faith, and courage with the message that even in the deepest darkness, God’s love shines as a light to offer hope. …

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Gilead Publishing Acquires Enclave

Christian fiction publisher Gilead Publishing has just acquired Enclave Publishing as its science fiction and fantasy imprint. This is an exciting new opportunity for Enclave as it will allow us to continue to promote excellent science fiction and fantasy and extend our reach in the Christian market. Visit Publisher Steve Laube’s website to read a personal note about the sale.   …

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Interview with Joshua A. Johnston

Joshua A. Johnston

Today we have one of Enclave’s newest authors with us, Joshua A. Johnston. In his own words, his exposure to science fiction came early in life. In his elementary years, his father exposed to him to the sci-fi of television and film: Star Trek and Star Wars. When he was an adolescent, his mother (who had no interest in science fiction at …

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Mythological Creatures: Kitsune

Today’s magical mythological creature is none other than the kitsune. Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox, so it’s not surprising that this mythological creature’s origins are in Japanese folklore. Most of the time, kitsune look like regular foxes, until they reach a hundred years old or so, then they start to grow more tails. They can have as many …

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The Races of Star Wars: Wookiees and Ewoks

Star Wars

By Joshua A. Johnston When Star Wars first hit theaters in 1977, audiences were captivated by the exotic species of George Lucas’s galaxy far, far away. To the more casual filmgoer, the differences between the aliens of Star Wars and Gene Roddenberry’s then-decade-old Star Trek might have seemed little more than a difference in makeup budgets. The differences, though, went …

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Interview with Jackie Castle

We have fantasy author Jackie Castle with us today. Jackie is the author of The White Road Chronicles, The Sentinel Archives for school-age readers, and newly released Madison Creek Bed & Breakfast romance series. She has also published articles and short stories in numerous magazines. She’s enjoyed many crazy adventures from working as a hairstylist, to her bravest quest: teaching children …

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