Carpe Diem's Library

Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

As you all know I have already published a few e-books distilled from our Haiku Kai and I think you all do like those e-books, but I also think it takes a bit of room on our weblog, so I have decided to migrate the e-books to the Carpe Diem Library.

Here I will gather (all of) our e-books and migrate them here a month after publishing on the frontpage of our Kai.

These E-books are free for download. Download starts by clicking on the captions beneath the e-books. By the way the images are not always the covers of the e-books. The titles captioned are the real titles.

All My Years, tribute e-book for Jane Reichhold (1937-2016)

One Last Leaf (haiku) by Isabel Caves

Old Pond an anthology of frog haiku and tanka

Christmas Stockings an exclusive CDHK E-book for the Holidays

First Magnolia Bloom by Dolores Fegan

Only Footprints by Candy

Flamingo Clouds - Troiku (an exclusive CDHK E-book)

A Glint of Mica by Joyce Lorenson, a CDHK e-book

CDHK e-book Magnolia Blossoms, haiku by Soseki Natsume

In The Way of Basho, haiku writing techniques used by Basho

Color Your Life CDHK e-book Rainbow week

CDHK e-book Latifa Prayer

Chained Together, Tan Renga e-book

Waterfall of Colors, an anthology of haiku

Melting to Nothingness

Shinrin-Yoku by Hamish Managua Gunn

Carpe Diem first Theme Week "The Tibetan Book of  Living and Dying

Tepid and Bittersweet compilation e-book kukai

Old Bamboo Wind Chimes e-book by Georgia

Lovely Things by Laura Williams e-book

On The Trail With Basho e-book

Petal Lanterns Haiku

A Carpet of Purple by Rallentanda

Carpe Diem Haiku Writing Techniques (Vol. 1)

Carpe Diem Haiku Writing Techniques Volume 2

Frozen Flowers Haiku by Chèvrefeuille

Fragile Beauty Haiku by Chèvrefeuille

For The Sake of the Moon Haiku Anthology CDHK

All the posts of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai's Tarot month May 2013


  1. Your oeuvre is getting more and more imposing.

  2. An impressive library has begun to build, Kristjaan!

  3. Quite remarkable, Kristjaan!!

    our master
    displaying students' oeuvres
    a labour of love

    1. Thank you I love to display the work of the haijin of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai.