- diesel + -punk (Wiktionary)
“Oddly enough, I was considering this as something between the afterglowy fantasy-victorian whitewash of steampunk and the more pessimistic "dieselpunk".”
“The term Steampunk is applied almost too often these days, with some sub-genres even branching out from it like from a twisted, tangled tree - dieselpunk, greenpunk, stitchpunk, you name it (see definitions of various "punk" literary varieties here).”
“Hard To Be A God and Prisoners of Power (a.k.a. The Inhabited Island, soon to be a major Russian motion picture) are dieselpunk planetary romances that read like stories from the early days of Iain Banks 'Culture, or le Guin's Ekumen -- without the Culture's overwhelming technological advantage or the Ekumen's quiet moral certitude.”
“Heather Massey 11:28 pm: I would love to read some dieselpunk romance now that you mention it, Angelia!”
“And a few more links: 1. I hadn't heard of dieselpunk before.”
“Some New Weird / “stylistic urban fantasy” is barely distinguishable from a steampunk (or clockpunk or dieselpunk or enoughalreadypunk) adventure story; some is much more… realist-novelistic in its narrative structure (THE PHYSIOGNOMY versus SHRIEK?)”
“Perhaps best thought of as a cross between Miyazaki's "Castle in the Sky" and Christian Gossett's The Red Star, "Last Exile" mixes byzantine politics, dieselpunk and high adventure in beautiful images and a compelling storyline.”
“See other examples of dieselpunk art on this DRB page.”
“When people start tacking ‘- punk’ onto things (steampunk, dieselpunk, splatterpunk, etc.), then I’m absolutely lost.”
“FrancesP 7:51 pm: Im curious about dieselpunk, and since you mentioned decopunk as well I’d never heard that one can you tell us a little about those two? definitions or primary traits to give us a feel for the difference?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘dieselpunk’.
Cyberpunk, steampunk, etc. Draws partly on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literary_punk_genres and clockpunk, atompunk, squidpunk, cyberpunk, steampunk, postcyberpunk, biopunk, mannerpunk, elfpunk, mythpunk, splatterpunk, sandalpunk and 18 more...
words I find interesting or that stuck in my head or that I want to revisit at some point
Looking for tweets for dieselpunk.