AVROM-YOYSEF SHTIBL (Nisan [= March-April] 1885-1956)
He was born in Zhorik (Żarki), Poland. He was a great patron and publisher of Hebrew literature. His “Shtibl Publishing House” published only one title in Yiddish: Micah Joseph Berdichevsky, Yudishe ksovim fun a vayten korev (Yiddish writings from a distant relative), 6 vols. (Berlin, 1923/1924). He wrote for the Warsaw business publication Handls-tsaytung (Business newspaper), as well as for Unzer leben (Our life), Handls-velt (Business world), and Leder un shukh (Leather and shoes). He also wrote under the pen names: A. Y. Miriamzon, A. Lvovitsh, A. Y. Iserzon, I. Y. Esterzon, Y. Sandler, and A. Y. Goslavski. He died in New York.
Source: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 4.