Phil Corso

Freelance writer

Phil Corso is a journalist and writer based out of Long Island, N.Y. He has been published in countless news outlets throughout New York City and the greater metropolitan area, including the New York Daily News, TimesLedger Newspapers in Queens, CBS News and Westchester Magazine. He's also an avid hockey fan and drummer when he isn't up to his eyeballs in the written word.

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