STEVE BREEN was born in Los Angeles and attended the University of California at Riverside. He has been the editorial cartoonist for The San Diego Union-Tribune since 2001. His work is nationally syndicated by Creators News Service and regularly appears in USA Today, The New York Times and Newsweek. He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. Steve has written and illustrated several books for children, including WOODPECKER WANTS A WAFFLE (HarperCollins) and A PERFECT MESS, VIOLET THE PILOT, and PUG AND DOUG (all from Dial/Penguin Random House). He also illustrated BIG BAD BABY by Bruce Hale (Dial/Penguin Random House). Steve lives in San Diego with his wife and children. He enjoys reading, running, playing the guitar and piano and watching old movies on cable.
Steve is represented by Emily Sylvan Kim. Please contact Emily at esk(a)prospectagency.com for more information.
From Steve’s bookshelf:
Steve Breen’s UNICORN EXECUTIONS is a Father’s Day pick in USA Today.
The Holywood Reporter (exclusive): Universal wins bidding war for Steve Breen’s UNICORN EXECUTIONS.
Variety: Universal, Stuber, wins bidding war for Steve Breen’s UNICORN EXECUTIONS.
UT San Diego: Interview with Steve Breen.
LA Times: Steve Breen’s “The Secret Mutant Powers of U.S. Presidents”