Michael "Mike" Gold (April 12, 1894 – May 14, 1967) is the pen-name of Jewish American writer Itzok Isaac Granich. A lifelong communist, Gold was a novelist and literary critic, his semi-autobiographical novel Jews Without Money from 1930 was a bestseller.
Life of John Brown. Girard, 1924, Workers Party of America, 1925, The Damned Agitator and Other Stories. 1927, Samuel French, 1929, International Publishers, 1929.
Charlie Chaplins Parade.1930, Change the World! 1936.
"Battle Hymn":1936, The Hollow Men. 1941, David Burliuk: 1944.
Participated in the left political movement in the United States.