Born in 1936, James Taylor began his career as a broadcaster, then became managing editor for the United Church Observer for 13 years. He co-founded Wood Lake Books with Ralph Milton in 1980. He lives in the Okanagan Valley, having published more than 15 books that include Sin: A New Understanding of Virtue and Vice (Northstone, 1997) and An Everyday God: Insights for the Ordinary (Wood Lake Books, 2006). He holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity from United College (McGill University. Other titles include Everyday Psalms; Letters to Stephen: A Father's Journey of Grief and Recovery; and Practical Love: Caring for Your Aging Parents.

[BCBW 2006] "Religion"