In 2009, Aukje Kluge and Benn E. Williams in their monumental book, Re-Examining the Holocaust Through Literature, succeeded in expanding the definition of Holocaust literature by including different perspectives, and thus different genres, in their collection in an effort to “broaden the scope of analysis of Holocaust literature” (Introduction, p. xi). This chapter extends this approach in looking at works of fiction, drama, opera, and a graphic narrative work created by authors, artists, and composers in various countries – Israel, the United States, Germany, and Spain. Amongst the many contemporary works worthy of inclusion in this discussion, I have focused on several that may be representative; thus, although this work is limited in scope, it may serve as an introduction to a prolific body of works of art being created worldwide directly or indirectly related to the Holocaust and its effect on current and future generations.