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Engage Books at VCON34 (Vancouver Science Fiction Convention) Oct 2-4

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Once again, we will have a booth at this years Vancouver Science Fiction Convention from October 2 - 4. This year the convention will take place at the Marriott Pinnacle Downtown with Author Guest of Honor Tanya Huff. Come by and check out our new titles, and find out what Engage Books has planned for the upcoming season. We are currently accepting science fiction novels and short story submissions.

Planet Janitor: Custodian of the Stars

I am pleased to announce that Engage Books has signed on Chris Stevenson for his novel Planet Janitor: Custodian of the Stars. This book is a space travel/adventure story and a perfect fit for our imprint Engage SF.

ABOUT THE BOOK
Previous missions:
Planetary job assignments that deal with cleaning up the environment and making close solar system jumps to pick up precious ores and space trash.

Crew:

Upcoming Titles - Verne, Poe & Carroll.

I am pleased to announce that the Engage Books imprint SF Classic is scheduled to release a special edition of Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth with a foreword by SF author Mark Rich, illustrations from the original edition, historical documents on Verne, and a Map of the Journey. Also in the works is a compilation of the Science Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe, edited and with a foreword by Mark Rich.

Engage Books at VCON 33 (Vancouver Science Fiction Convention) Oct 3-5

What is VCON? VCON is the oldest Science Fiction and Fantasy convention in Canada. VCON is Vancouver's own long-running science fiction, fantasy, and gaming convention. It is an annual gathering of fans to explore and celebrate those interests we have in common, and, of course, to enjoy ourselves. Essentially, it's a weekend-long combination playing, brainstorming, and partying with friends, new and old. It's where we get together with other fans, and with the pros who inspire us all.

Machiavelli's The Prince, released on September 15, 2008

AD Classic Books is releasing Niccolo Machiavelli's The Prince on September 15, 2008.
Machiavelli understood politics and many of his principles are not only relevant today, but they give us insight into why governments do what they do. A great read for anyone intersted in politics or the current elections in the US and Canada.
 
About The Prince: