M. Z. GLAGO
He hailed from Latvia. From after WWI until the early 1930s, he wrote for Dos folk (The people) and Frimorgn (Morning), both in Riga, among others. He published mostly current events pieces on affairs of the day. He edited a one-off publication, Lekoved purim (In honor of Purim) (1920). Among his books: Ernst un shpas, aforizmen un vort-shpiln (Serious and joking, aphorisms and work play) (Warsaw, 1928), 105 pp. He also signed his writings: “Mezeg.” Biographical information and his subsequent career remain unknown.