Nor Does A.R. LaBaere Nor Does
The work will encapsulate shaped text, verse, and a total count of twenty thousand words.
The work will encapsulate the elements of Songs From The Black Moon, from the desired works of Charles Baudelaire, and from the elements of The Abyss Laughs which are most appealing to me. The work will include concepts of The Scrap In Scarlet, as well as various pieces from The King In Yellow story titles.
The work will include disparate elements from the Sideshow And Other Stories, as well as the general Ligotti mythos. The novel will tell the telling of A.R. LaBaere as it struggles to conquer the world of its fiction, and as I prepare to compose The Abyss Laughs.
The work will largely contain a dialectical upon labyrinths
A.R. LaBaere’s Labyrinth
A.R. LaBaere’s Sequel To Rene Descartes Does Not Exist
The work will contain networks of allusion to The Abyss Laughs
The work will contain the outline of a staircase
The book will contain a text which is shaped as the Cretan labyrinth
The work will contain a pursuing absence, a rustle, a reaching void and whim which pursues A.R. LaBaere. The work will contain an element of excellence within its editing, and packaging.
The work will contain the elements of secretive conspiracy, clandestine symbolism, and references which are hidden within The Abyss Laughs
The work may include allusions to the two letter-writers. The work will include elements of a work which is hidden within that work. Elements of gothic horror and decadence may also be present. The work will be surfeit with elements of ornate and elemental dread.
Dry My Tears, The Yellow King Said
A.R. LaBaere’s Labyrinth
The Erumpent Labyrinth
The Nullified Void
A.R. LaBaere’s Apocalypse Trilogy
The work will incorporate Petkwo and The House of Weir
The work will allude to Ulalume
The work will allude to the four chapters of The King In Yellow
The work will allude to the elements of the work which include the overall presence of The King In Yellow, and the elements of decadence which emanate from that work.
The tale will comprise of several aspects of the conclusion to Rene Descartes Does Not Exist. The work will include elements of literature which include the feullimort hues of foliage and of other elements of fiction which include the present theme of death and of loss.
The work will include elements of fear, of fright, and of doom including the hints of The Scrap In Scarlet.
A.R. LaBaere’s Metaphysica Morbid
A.R. LaBaere’s ’Pataphysics
A.R. LaBaere’s Erumpent Labyrinth