is a middle grade writer of strange fictions. She once considered herself a writer of sad, adult stories, but eventually realized this had made her into a sad adult. Instead, she turned to writing about sassy robots, anthropomorphic body limbs, and magical grandfathers, which was much more her — and her audience’s — speed. She has also written about ducks who spoke in mafioso accents, but the project was a disaster, so please do not ask about it. And definitely don’t quack in her presence either.
Read more About Leah and her latest book, The School for the Intolerably Strange.
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