Cathon has been making waves both as a cartoonist and an illustrator, creating comics for children and grown-ups alike. Her graphic novels include The Pineapples of Wrath, The Adventures of Sgoobidoo, and Vampire Cousins, created with Alexandre Fontaine-Rousseau, and the children's book series Poppy and Sam/i>. She is also the co-creator (with Iris) of The Great List of Everything which was adapted into an animated series by the National Film Board. She is currently based in Montreal.
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