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.

The sixth issue of the Farallon Review is in preparation. Expect it in the fall of 2014.

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.”