In addition to the works of Lewis Carroll and Philip K. Dick already cited (and my own stories, of course), the following novels are good candidates for the "dreampunk" label:
A Dreamer's Tales, by Lord Dunsany (1910)
The Dream Cycle, by H. P. Lovecraft (1918)
The Aleph and Other Stories, by Jorge Luis Borges (1949)
Flowers for Algernon, by Daniel Keyes (1966)
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Cyberpunk, dieselpunk, steampunk... dreampunk? Unlike its better established siblings, this fledgling genre is not rooted in technology or a reimagining of a different era. Quite simply, it is rooted in dreams. Join the conversation to help decide w...