FROYM OSTROVSKI (1889-1918)
Born in Zvenigorodke (Zvenyhorodka), Kiev district. His father, Shmuel-Leyb, was the local rabbi. He studied in religious schools. He began by writing in Hebrew and published several pedagogical works in Hed hamoreh (Echo of the teacher), Shacharit (Morning), and Ha’aviv (The spring). In Yiddish he published sketches and images in Tog (Day) in New York. He died in New York.
Source: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 1.