Leena Krohn has written nearly thirty books, novels, short stories, fantasy stories for children, poems, essays and radio plays.
Krohn's collection of stories and essays, Matemaattisia olentoja tai jaettuja unia (Matematiska varelser, transl. into Swedish by Susanne Hellsten, Sahlgrens 1995), was awarded by the Finlandia Prize (1992).
Leena Krohn's readers have access to a number of her writings and works via the World Wide Web where her home page is located at http://www.kaapeli.fi/krohn/
I Människokläder. Transl. into Swedish by Thomas Warburton (1989).
Translated into Hungarian, Japanese, Russian, Norwegian, Bulgarian and Estonian. The film Pelican Man is based on this book.
English transl. by Hildi Hawkins (Carcanet 1996):
French transl. by Pierre-Alain Gendre (Ed. ésprit ouvert, 1998);
Hungarian transl. by Eva Pap and Ottilia Kovacs (Polar 1998);
Selected transl. into Swedish by Henrika Ringbom, (Artes 1998:4, 94-101);
Tainaron. Brev från en annan stad. Transl. into Swedish by Thomas Warburton (1987);
Tainaron. Mail from another city. Transl. by Hildi Hawkins;
Japanese edition. Transl. by Hiroko Suenobu (2002);
Also published in Hungarian and Latvian.
Pennan och maskinen. Swedish transl. by Seija Torpefält (Annamma 1998).