A young political staffer uncovers a conspiracy against an unknown politician and must seduce an undercover reactionary to discover the target’s identity.
Epiphany is set in a science fiction, far-post-Earth world. It’s an epistolary work written entirely with gender-neutral pronouns, and most characters are LGBTQIA++. Thematically, Epiphany explores the cognitive ghosts that loss leaves behind and the things we do to escape them.
1 Poråkol 1892 [final entry]
The final entry is a letter from Salus to a younger daughter. It includes conlang content and some concluding remarks from the author.
16 Hoiekol 1865
Every few years, executions happen according to a humanized version of the old Sabaji Tveshi way. Salus watches from among the advisers.
60 Poråkol 1865
Salus cannot describe the ceremony that made lim an adviser. However, le can describe the sacred text that inspired it — the oath-ritual the Karatha made thousands of years ago.
55 Poråkol 1865
Salus goes to the Reclaimed Zone to see Sehutañi for the first time after the events of 28 Poråkol 1865.
53 Poråkol 1865
The trial continues, this time with Liga's testimony — with the same questions asked over and over.
Author's note: I was moving last week, and it was more complicated than expected! (A total ordeal, actually.) Apologies for missing a week. ~*^___^*~
48 Poråkol 1865
Interplanetary politics has forced a real murder trial — which everyone in Tveshė knows is just a formality. Salus recounts some of Sehutañi's testimony.