J.D. Mitchell is a Canadian writer of speculative fiction. An optimistic pessimist, his stories are darkly humorous, bleakly hopeful, and informed by his historical studies and transient upbringing. The latter, while terribly angst-inducing, exposed him to a rich tapestry of people and places, as did his varied service industry jobs and a sixteen-year stint in the Public Service of Canada (but who's counting?).

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Honourable Mention, Writers of the Future Contest

Ladomas the Wizard's Apprentice has a very bad morning, but true to form, greets the day with optimistic vigour, ogres and vagabonds be damned!