Since the coronavirus pandemic took hold, I’ve been writing and blogging full-time. I make what I can off my own back but, if you like what I do here, please consider supporting me so I can do more of it.
Whether that’s buying my books, my merch, a coffee or signing up to the Patreon to join the XG Discord community for reading groups and more. It really does help.
Below are a few examples of merchandise available from Teespring and Bandcamp.
Look for an exit
Beautifully designed by Crit Drip, “look for an exit” celebrates the blog’s mantra, repeated since day one. (It is the one constant — even the name changed slightly a couple of months in.)
Go check out the new merch range over at the XG Teespring as well as the rest of Crit Drip’s amazing designs.
Obelisks mean a lot to xenogothic.com ever since Robin Mackay dragged me through Cornish undergrowth to find a giant obelisk installed in woodland to memorialise a horse.
This is not that obelisk, but it stands in for one bloody big goth horse somewhere. We salute you, horses of the apocalypse.
I once got asked to identify what band this was when I was in a pub and when I said it wasn’t a band logo but a blog logo, the person backed away very slowly and didn’t speak to me again.
You too can have an experience like this with the Xenogothic backpatch.