LITMAN VIGDER (March 7, 1901-October 17, 1972)
He was born in Podeloy (Podu Iloaiei), Romania. He graduated from middle school and in 1925 from the electro-technical institute in Jassy. He survived concentration camps during WWII. From 1948 he was living in Bucharest. He edited Ikuf-bleter (Pages from IKUF [Jewish Cultural Association]) in Bucharest and contributed to Kultur-vegvayzer (Cultural guide) there as well. He translated into Yiddish Lider (Poems) (Bucharest, 1966), 238 pp., by the Romanian poet Tudor Arghezi. He also placed a piece in the anthology Oyfshtayg (Ascent), ed. M. Rispler (Bucharest, 1964). He died in Bucharest.
Source: Y. Kara, in Folks-shtime (Warsaw) (November 19, 1966).
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 235.