Ann LeBlanc is a short fiction writer, editor, and woodworker. Her debut novella, The Transitive Properties of Cheese (Neon Hemlock Press, 2024) is a cyberpunk cheese heist (in space). Her short fiction can be found at Strange Horizons, Clarkesworld, Escape Pod, Apparition Lit, Baffling Magazine, and several anthologies. Her short story Twenty Thousand Last Meals on an Exploding Station was selected for We’re Here: The Best Queer Fiction of 2021. Ann is the editor of Embodied Exegesis: Transfeminine Cyberpunk Futures (Neon Hemlock, 2024), an anthology of cyberpunk and posthuman stories written by transfem authors. Ann is a 2019 graduate of Viable Paradise. She lives in the forest with her wife, where she makes furniture using traditional hand tools.