Editions of the museum

According to the literary critic D.P. Svyatopolk- Mirskiy Astrakhan is one of the keys to understand Khlebnikov. So the first subject the museum researchers (Astrakhan citizens, Velimir's compatriots) who worked at the former Khlebnikovs' appartment were to face was "Velimir Khlebnikov's Astrakhan". They arranged appointments with his descendants (Natalia Drozdova and Larisa Sobko, grand-niece and great grand-niece of the poet) who donated some family documents and photographs to the museum. Also they studied family correspondence donated by May Miturich, researched reality of Astrakhan reflected in Khlebnikov's poem "Khadgi-Tarkhan", looked for rare archive documents. Some years later this work resulted in Alexander Mamaev issuing two monographs entitled "Velimir Khlebnikov's Astrakhan" (2007) and "Khlebnikov includes everything" (2010).

The Marina Tsvetaeva House-Museum publishing of Moscow issued a book of Vera Khlebnikova's verses, prose and letters "What soul needs". Compiled by A.A. Mamaev, N.V. Kolesnikova, illustrated by V.M. Miturich-Khlebnikova, Vera's granddaughter.

Since 1996 the museum has been issuing independent literature newspaper "The Khlebnikovskaya veranda" [Khlebnikov's porch] containing rare information on the life and creative work of Velimir Khlebnikov: "Velimir Khlebnikov in Brazil", drawing series by Stepan Botiev "The field of Khlebnikov", archive documents regarding ancestors of the poet, fragments of the Khlebnikovs' photo book, E.N.Khlebnikova's recollection of childhood and youth age of her son Victor also known as Velimir, publications of A.E. Parnis and many other things.

In 2013 the Catalogue "The Khlebnikov collection in the Velimir Khlebnikov house-museum" came out from the printers in Moscow. The authors and compilers are A.A. Mamaev, O.O. Kuzovleva, M.V. Emelina.

By the results of the rare posters exhibition the catalogue "Velimir Khlebnikov in poster format" was issued. The exhibition curator is O.O. Kuzovleva (Astrakhan, 2010).

A joint museum and pedagogical project (School 59 of Astrakhan and The Khlebnikov museum) resulted in issuing the magazine "The Zhurcheek" [The Babbly] ("created by children for children"). Edited by S.B. Sobgayda and O.O. Kuzovleva. (Astrakhan, 2013-2014).