New Greg McNafferson. Tolstoy's show explodes Moscow.

New Olga Meerson. An experience at GW.

INew Osif Vaisman. Psoy Korolenko and Yiddish culture.

New Bernard Besserglick. Piaf is poetry for Russian singer-scholar.

Kirill Reshetnikov. Psoy Korolenko. Party in Honor of the Pianist Rodionov.

Vyacheslav Kuritsyn, Psoy Korolenko: Worshiping the Chthonic Principle Matador, # 2, 1999.

Max Semelyak. The Dog was walking down the Piano Vremya MN, 23 October 1998.

Max Gorelik. Trolley-bus stars. Moscow Evening, 26 January 2001.

Mark Antonov. Dogs' Joy: Body-Singer Psoy Korolenko at Cynic. St.-Petersburg Evening, 24 July 2001.

Danila Davydov. Rock and/or Chanson: bordering phenomena. Russian Rock Poetry. Text and Context. #3. Tver State University, Tver, 2000.

Fanny Osterheizer. Deri-deri-Derrida.

Maxim Semelyak.

Anna Eidis. Song about the Moscow Ant.

Ivan Parovozov.

Andrey Travin.

Misha Verbitsky. Psoy Galactionovich Korolenko's Inhuman Music

Misha Verbitsky. Psoy Galactionovich Korolenko

Misha Verbitsky. Psoy Korolenko's Belgian Underwear

Dima Kaledin. Psoy Again. Psoy Korolenko and Modern Phullology. Ru.Shtetl Funeral.

Ivan Mavromatti. He Did Repeat Galich's Bad Fortune.

Egor Holmogorov. A Voice from the Chorus: about Original Galich and Real Psoy.

Misha Verbitsky. Something New About Psoy (Psoy Korolenko Supports Soviet Tanks)

Sergey Kuznetsov. When He Came Back.
Sergey Kuznetsov. Spirits Left Moscow.

Sergey Kuznetsov. The Most Virtual Musician Ever Afisha # 2 (22), 31 January - 15 February 2000.

Boris Filanovsky. Psoy Korolenko Loves Mi Minor and Wants to Burn Books.

Yegor Letov (Anatoly Osmolovsky), Psoy Galaktionovich Korolenko Radek Trash Catalogue, # 2, 1999.

Sarah Katz. Three Months without Psoy. Non-Official Moscow # 4, 18 November 1999.