At odds with their father, teenage brothers embark on a day of mischief where they encounter a life-changing lesson.
"A quality submission and tight story that knows where it's going -- strong on detail. How experiencing 'the real thing' shifts the boys' perception and thrill of stepping outside the boundary." -- Story and Acquisitions Editor
PHIL ROSSI FICTION AND NONFICTION WRITER
Pif Magazine has included "Father's Day" in their March 2018 issue.
"Too academic for the underground and too underground for the academics."
Phil's a writer and short filmmaker from northern New Jersey. His stories have been long and shortlisted, while appearing in various webzines and anthologies. Phil is also a graduate of St. John's University and The New York Film Academy. Thanks for stopping by.
Peace and Godspeed,
Phil's novellas and novelettes may be purchased through Amazon, while most of his short stories and flash fiction can be read on the site. Phil's nonfiction can be found on the Blog page. Each story and article may be accessed by clicking it's cover image or icon.