Zeke Levine is a PhD candidate in historical musicology at New York University, with a research focus on Yiddish song in mid-20th century America. Zeke is also a translator from Yiddish. His translated collection of stories, poems, and plays from the radical humorist Sam Liptzin is available through Farlag Press.
Review of Seth Stern’s Speaking Yiddish to Chickens
Review: Once Upon a Time the Fire Burned Brighter: Ballads From the Yiddish Gothic
Kosmopolitn: a Time Capsule to a World that Maybe Was
Texts & Translation
Translation by Zeke Levine and Raphael Halff
Yale Strom’s Striking Vision: A Review of Shimmering Lights for All Seasons