He was one of the group of young writers at the journal Yunger boy-klang (The young sound of reconstruction) in Kharkov, and he debuted in print in that journal with poems and stories. He also contributed to the Komyug (Communist youth) newspaper Yunge gvardye (Young guard) in Kharkov, and Yungvarg (Youth), Pyoner (Pioneer), and Zay greyt (Be ready), among others, in Moscow. After 1937 there was no further information about him.
Khayim Leyb Fuks
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