Isaac Bashevis Singer biography
Isaac Bashevis Singer was born circa July 14 in 1904, in Radzymin, Poland. He immigrated to the United States four years before the Holocaust, and began writing for the newspaper The Jewish Daily Forward. Singer also wrote several notable novels, including The Family Moskat and The Magician of Lublin, and won the 1978 Nobel Prize in Literature. Singer worked for The Forward until his death, on July 24, 1991, in Surfside, Florida.