Legions in Time
|"Legions in Time"|
|Publisher||Asimov's Science Fiction|
"Legions in Time" is a science fiction novelette by Michael Swanwick. It won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette in 2004. The story was reprinted in Science Fiction: The Best of 2003 and in three other collections and anthologies.
A widow with the strange job of sitting in an empty office and guarding an empty closet, decides to take action and steps through—and falls into a cosmic, time-spanning adventure that ends with her becoming an entire organization spread throughout time with a goal of destroying the evil Empire of the Aftermen.
“Time criminals of the Dawn Era,” his voice thundered from a hidden speaker. “Listen and obey.” 
- Legions in Time title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- "Legions in Time", Asimov's, April 2003
- Excerpt from story at Google Books
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