Free Fiction Monday: The Museum of Modern Warfare

This was so popular last year on Memorial Day that I decided to repeat it this year. Thinking of all who are no longer with us.

When the Ambassador to the Dylft System—a veteran of the Dylft Wars—receives orders to lead a diplomatic mission to Craznaust, she wonders at the wisdom of accepting the assignment.

Still, when she arrives at the controversial Museum of Modern Warfare, she believes herself prepared to face the past and address whatever diplomatic issue she might find there.

But nothing could prepare her for what she finds deep within the museum. Something long buried. Something that could change everything she thought she knew about the war.

Winner of the 2015 Analog Anlab Award for Best Short Story, “The Museum of Modern Warfare,” by Hugo Award-winning author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook through various online retailers here. 

 

The Museum of Modern Warfare

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

 

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3 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: The Museum of Modern Warfare”

  1. Pastor Rick says:

    Thank you for this service. Your story reminded me of another time and place where only others wwho lived through it could understand what happened.

  2. sam57l0 says:

    I remember reading this story in Analog. I didn’t remember how good it was.

  3. So achingly beautiful. Thank you for this one.

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