Morvin Simon was born in Kaiwhaiki, and was educated at Upokongaro and Hato Paora Māori Boys’ College, Feilding. He entered the Holy Name College in Christchurch and pursued further university studies at Victoria and Massey. He has worked for Māori Affairs, Inland Revenue, Social Welfare and Hato Paora Māori Boys’ College. He has worked as Māori and Pacific Island Liaison Tutor at Wanganui Regional Community College.
- Phone interview with Simon August 1992.
- Te Kohanga Reo Ahurewa Mana (Feedbed of Pride). No details.
- A brief history of the 56 Kohanga Reo in the Wanganui/Otai area over the last four years.
- Taku Whare E...: He Mauri Tu/My Home My Heart: The Spirit Dwells Still. [Wanganui], N.Z.: Wanganui Regional Community College, 
- An anthology of marae in Wanganui and Rangitikei Districts.
- "Te Taonga Nei o te Tikanga." Na David Burke Nga Pikitia [Illus. David Burke]. Te Wharekura 46. Wellington, N.Z.: Learning Media, 1995. 16-19.
- The Valley Of Voices. Perf. Kaiwhaiki Cultural Group. Choral dir. Morvin T. Simon. Plimmerton, N.Z.: South Pacific.
- The Valley Of Voices. Perf. Kaiwhaiki Cultural Group. Choral dir. Morvin T. Simon. Vol. 1. Plimmerton, N.Z.: South Pacific, 1987.
- Gateway To The Past - Window To The Future. Te Matapihi (Musical Group: Morvin T. Simon, Joe Haami, Ray Paul, Rana Mareekura, Aroha Rzoska and John Simon). N.Z.: South Pacific Recordings, 1997.