AVROM TSIPKIN (d. 1940s)
During the Nazi occupation, he was confined in the Kovno ghetto and worked in a labor brigade. According to Ber Mark, Tsipkin belonged to the Kovno writers. A number of his poems may be found in Shmerke Katsherginski’s Lider fun di getos un lagern (Songs from the ghettos and camps) (New York, 1948), pp. 108, 183, 184, 185, 201, 308, 320, 321, 322, 323. His poems concerned ghetto motifs. He died in the 1940s.
Sources: Shmerke Katsherginski, Lider fun di getos un lagern (Songs from the ghettos and camps) (New York, 1948); Sh. Lastik, in Yidishe shriftn (Lodz) (April 1949); Lastik, Mitn ponem tsum morgn (Facing tomorrow) (Warsaw, 1952), p. 145; Dr. Sh. Grinhiyz, in Lite (Lithuania), vol. 1 (New York, 1951), p. 1756; B. Mark, Umgekumene shrayber fun di getos un lagern (Murdered writers from the ghettos and camps) (Warsaw, 1954).