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Enclave Publishing

Where Worlds Come to Life!

Enclave Publishing is a small independent press that is built around the power of great stories which explore the boundaries of the imagination, while championing powerful expressions of Redemption, Truth, and Hope. 

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Our stories can seem strange to the uninitiated but they contain words...no, they contain worlds that have never been seen before and, in some cases, confront creatures of mysterious origins. Buckle up and hold on because we want to tell you a story

Recent Blog Posts

How I became a Marcher Lord Author

Last week I shared how I became a writer. Later that night, after I wrote my post, I received a surprising email. Here is the story… (*I originally posted this on August 6th, 2011) I first heard about Marcher Lord Press through a blog interview a few years ago. By then, I knew enough about the writing industry to know …

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Interview with Jill Williamson

Time for another interview from wherethemapends.com: Please Welcome…Jill Williamson (*Originally posted May 2009) What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction novelist Jill Williamson  as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds.com. Jill has a passion to reach teens through ministry and art. Her fantasy novel, By Darkness Hid, was originally conceived as a YA title (i.e., for teen readers), …

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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It? (Episode 02)

At Marcher Lord Press, Saturdays are “Speculative Story Saturdays.” Several Marcher Lord Press authors are playing fiction relay to write this story together. Here is the latest installment. *** I shouldn’t have gone. I knew that from the start. My masters had always taught me to heed the Flow, to read it, to sink myself into it, and carry me …

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Fantastic Visions Friday – Sara M. Butcher

Every Friday, Marcher Lord Press salutes a Christian artist who creates wonderful speculative worlds. Lovers of Christian speculative fiction do not restrict themselves to the amazing worlds depicted by talented authors. We gravitate as well to those artists who can, through their gifts of vision and art, show us worlds and beings we’ve never imagined. The artist whose gallery is linked to …

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Interview with Marc Schooley

Here is another interview from over wherethemapends.com. Enjoy! Please Welcome…Marc Schooley (*Originally posted April 2009) What a joy to have Christian speculative fiction author Marc Schooley as our interview guest this month here at WhereTheMapEnds.com. In his own words, Marc is “the ‘not so much science, fiction writer who generally writes and reads nonfiction, so if I can do it, …

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Get New Blog Posts Via E-Mail

As you’ve seen, we’ve really increased the amount of excellent material being presented to you via the MLP Web site, especially the blog. Before the new site design, we’d get one or two things per month. Now it’s possible to get that many new updates per day! Some folks have requested that we add a feature that notifies them whenever …

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How did I become a writer?

Hi, this is Morgan L. Busse again. The next two weeks I will be sharing how I became a writer and part of Marcher Lord Press. This post I published in early 2011, before I got “the call.” How did I become a writer? Most authors I know begin their story with something about when they were six they knew …

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Interview with Theodore Beale

Time for another installment of past interviews with Christian speculative authors over at wherethemapends.com. Please Welcome…Theodore Beale (*Originally posted December 2008)   What a joy to have Christian speculative novelist Theodore Beale as our interview guest this month at WhereTheMapEnds.com. Theo is a computer game designer, technology designer, entrepreneur, political columnist, and Christian novelist. He’s a very interesting guy, as …

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But Who Would Be Dumb Enough To Even Try It? (Episode 01)

At Marcher Lord Press, Saturdays are “Speculative Story Saturdays.” And this week we’re beginning our very first collaborative story project. The Marcher Lord Press authors–those who have been foolish (er, brave) enough to sign on–have embarked upon a quest to write a short Christian fantasy story together, in tag-team relay fashion. Up first is Steve Rzasa. He took his inspiration …

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What I learned from Ray Bradbury

So far, this year is full of significance for me. First, there’s the significance that one of my all-time favorite books, A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs, was finally released as a live action motion picture, with huge production values and a notable director…and yet somehow flopped at the box office. (<sigh> I happen to think that John …

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