The CafePress site also hosted Autumn's poetry book, Your Sugar Sits Untouched, their orders coming with a now-rare 8-track sample disc of the poetry readings that came with the full two-disc set of the Book and Audio CD set from WillowTech House.
The main categories of Autumn's products on CafePress included the following (though there may have been more):
- Emilie Autumn
- The Jane Brooks Project
- Dream & Sugar
- Traitor Gear
- WillowTech House
Each category had their own subdivisions, which included such things as:
- Buttons, Stickers, and Magnets
- Posters & Calendars
Autumn offered a number of clothing options on her website, which included the following designs, logos, and phrases:
- "I'm Sorry, Was I Thinking Again?"
- "Emilie Autumn: Once Upon A Time Is Now"
- "I Steal Music on the Internet"
- "Street Harrassment Sucks"
- "Mall Goth"
- "Got Goth?" and "Got SoyMilk?"
- Enchant Album Cover
- Bonny Tyme Pyrate
- Indie Rock Royalty
- Tea-Themed Merchandise
- WTH Mistress Merchandise
- WTH Cameo Logo
- Violin and Corest Logo
- and more...
Each clothing design was offered in mens, womens, kids, and pet size.
On the "I'm Sorry" page, the creation of the phrase and t-shirt is explained:
- Emilie Autumn, a.k.a. the Queen of DIY, was once recording in some ritzy hollywood studio with a producer who greatly preferred that his ward just keep her mouth shut when she wasn't singing. So, before ditching the deal altogether, she hand-painted the original "I'm sorry, was I thinking again?" tank in her best calligraphic hand, and wore it to the studio. Nobody noticed. EA suspected that the producer couldn't read.