He was a popular Warsaw wedding entertainer who lived beyond the late 1930s and probably died in the Warsaw Ghetto. He published poetry: Grabski iz vert (Granski is worthy) (Warsaw: Yakobson-Goldberg, 1926), 4 pp.; Lider zamlung, a. gole b. keyn gelt iz nishto (Poetry collection: A. Pure; B. There’s no money) (Warsaw: Yakobson-Goldberg, 1926), 4 pp.; Shteyn, mit nokh dray lider (Stone, with three more poems) (Warsaw: Sh. Goldberg, 1929), 8 pp.; Dos lid fun di shrekhlikhe retsikhe vos hot pasirt in zgerzh bay lodzh (Poem for the terrible violence that transpired in Zgierz near Lodz) (Warsaw: Druk Levin, n.d.), 4 pp.; Gevald es iz a shlekhte tsayt (Oy, this is a terrible time) (Warsaw: Sh. Goldberg, 1930), 4 pp.; Shtifmame (Stepmother) (Warsaw, 1931), 4 pp.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 56.