Published Work

Samples of published Simon & Finn cartoons, other illustration work, contest results, and articles.  Please feel to contact me at simonandfinn (at) gmail.com to enquire about cartoons, commissioning artwork, and/or writing for publications.

The Writers’ Union of Canada, June/2015: Short fiction story “The Making of a Man” awarded to the second round of finalists for the 22nd Annual Short Prose Competition for Developing Writers

Philosophy Now, Issue 108, July/2015: Cartoon for print version of The Moral Worth of Animals

Toronto Raindance Theatre, June/2015: Sketches for web video series What Cinematographers Can Learn from Comic Book Artists. Directed by Dale Sood, Released on IndieWire, June 24, 2015.

Philosophy Now, Issue 107, May/2015: Cartoon for print version of What Is Personal Identity?

Contest Winner, Ernie & The Forest of Envy, April/2015: Illustrated story tied for first place in the Toronto Writer’s Cooperative Annual Helen Knight Short Story Contest

Philosophy Now, Issue 106, Mar/2015: Cartoon for print version of Critical Reasoning: How to Think

Philosophy Now, Issue 105, Dec/2014: Cartoon for print version of Are Human Beings Naturally Violent and Warlike?

The Potent, Dec/2014: Environmental cartoon on oil pipeline debates

The Potent, Nov/2014: Environmental cartoon on arctic territory wars

Philosophy Now, Issue 104, Oct/2014: Cartoon for print version of Obscurantism & the Language of Excess (cartoon here, related article here)

The Potent, Oct/2014: Environmental cartoon on oil sands development

Adbusters, Issue 115, Sept/2014: Cartoon for What Is Reality? (hard copy only)

Philosophy Now, Issue 103, Aug/2014: Cartoon for print version of The Impossibility of Maximizing Good Consequences (cartoon here, related article here)

The Potent, July/2014: Environmental cartoon on climate change mitigation vs. adaption The Big Debate

Philosophy Now, Issue 102, May/2014: Cartoon for print version of A Justification of Empirical Thinking (cartoon can be seen here, and related article is available here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 101, March/2014: Cartoon for print version of Philosophy in the Popular Imagination (cartoon can be seen here, and related article is available here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 100, Jan/2014: Cartoon for 100th edition; Moral Laws of the Jungle (cartoon available to subscribers only, however related article is available here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 99, Dec/2013: Cartoon for The God Issue (cartoon available to subscribers only, however related article is available here)

Toronto Writer’s Cooperative 2013 Anthology: Illustrations for poem Standing Still Sun (available on Kindle)

Philosophy Now, Issue 98, Oct/2013: Cartoon for Albert Camus issue (cartoon available to subscribers only, however related articles are available here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 97, Aug/2013: Cartoon for The Self (cartoon available to subscribers only, however related articles are available here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 96, May/2013: Cartoon for What’s so bad about being a zombie? (cartoon available to subscribers only, but you can see it here)

Philosophy Now, Issue 95, April/2013: Cartoon for The Art of World Making (available to subscribers only)

Philosophy Now, Issue 94, February/2013 Cartoon on Philosophy and Literature (available to subscribers only)

The Georgia Straight, October 25/2012: Ethical Oil Spills – Coming Soon to a Coast Near You!  Cartoon featured on Technology Editor Stephen Hue’s blog.

The Georgia Straight, October 18/2012: Beware the Rogue Geoengineer   Article and cartoon about a large-scale and unprecedented geoengineering experiment occurring of Canada’s west coast.

Greener Ideal, May 5/2012: Jumping the Gun on the Wipeout Gene   Article and cartoon about the unauthorized release of genetically modified mosquitoes in the Grand Cayman and other ecosystems.

Corporate Knights, 2004 Water Issue:  Fish on Prozac.  Cartoon on the downstream effect of drugs on fish physiology.

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