The Farallon Review is a journal, published annually, featuring contemporary, engaging, and literary
prose fiction with a modern view, a classic sensibility, and a west-coast flavor.
Submissions period for Farallon 6 now open, see submissions page for details.
The fifth issue of the Farallon Review is now available for the intense, discriminating reader. Check it out: An aging man looks back on the choices he did not even know he made, a young woman finds her own vulnerability reflected in the mirror of her grandparents, a soldier learns a powerful lesson from an unlikely source, a thief faces a crossroads, a marijuana smuggler faces a broken timing belt, a former beauty queen finds a corpse on her porch, and a bride finds that burying the truth is the only way to cultivate her dreams. New stories by Leah Adams-Kroll, Cheryll Cochrane, Merridawn Duckler, Geoffrey Neill, Bill Pieper, Joseph Rathgeber, and Ken Rodgers.
See purchase page for more details on how to get a copy.
“You can see the Farallones” is San Francisco slang for:
“Today, the air is clear, bright, and striking,
and we can see for a very long way.”