She was in the Vilna ghetto and in Nazi concentration camps, among them: Rusoshin (near Danzig). She was the author of such Holocaust poems as: “Lager rusoshin” (Camp Rusoshin) and “Mayn folk” (My people). Further biographical information and her fate remain unknown.
Source: Sh. Katsherginski, ed., Lider fun di getos un lagern (Poems from the ghettos and camps) (New York, 1948), pp. 266-68, 318-19.