Jim Remsen spent most of his award-winning career in daily journalism at one of the country’s most distinguished newspapers, The Philadelphia Inquirer. There he worked initially as a copy editor and copy-desk chief, then became the founding editor of the Inquirer’s FaithLife religion pages, was a religion writer, and ultimately served as the newspaper’s Religion Editor. Since his retirement from newspaper work, Jim has pursued his keen interest in history -- with a focus on underappreciated aspects of our nation's local history. His 'Visions of Teaoga' has won rave reviews from readers, authorities and leading media. The Christian Science Monitor called it "an engrossing read," while the Historical Novels Review praised it as "admirably researched and beautifully written."