Dieselpunk fiction is a genre that lends itself quite easily to many mediums, including literature. It can encompass many different genres, all combined under that oil-stained - "Punk" current.

It's not so easy, to draw the line between Dieselpunk, Steampunk, and other genres. For more information about a possible way to categorize them, please visit the Definition(s) files. Here, we have some examples of modern and contemporary literature that can be labeled as Dieselpunk.

This is an incomplete list of works of Dieselpunk literature.

Atlas Shrugged Ayn Rand
The Shape Of Things To Come H.G. Wells
1984 George Orwell
Works of H.P. Lovecraft H.P. Lovecraft
The Man In The High Castle Philip K. Dick
The Grimnoir Chronicles Larry Correia
S.S.S.M. Maria Chepurina
Iron Wind Igor Nikolayev
Fistful of Reefer David M. Brown
Metropolis Thea Von Harbou
The Iron Dream Norman Spinrad
Dreadnought Cherie Priest
Silent Empire Bard Constantine
The Troubleshooter: Red-Eyed killer Bard Constantine
The Troubleshooter: New Haven Blues Bard Constantine
The Kingdom Come Series Wade Garret
Angels of the Revolution J.W. Horton
A Fist Full of Nothing: A Dieselpunk Noir Novel Dan Glaser
Grudge Punk John McNee
Ghost of Manhattan George Mann
Ghost of War George Mann
Sidhe-Devil series Aaron Allston
Blue Devil Island Stephen Mark Rainey
The Wolf's Hour Robert R, McCammon
The Destroyermen Series Taylor Anderson
1920: America's Great War Robert Conroy
Afrika Reich Guy Saville
Delta Green: Denied to the Enemy (A Call of Cthulhu Mythos Novel of World War II) Dennis Detwiller