Published in 2003 by Bashford/Gatti/Schultz, "Don't Parade On My Reign!" Starring Baba, the guru in the Mayor's magic mirror; the bears from Asphalt State Park; Bruce the raven; plus feral cats, feral pigs, and feral politicians galore. This collection focuses on the Willie Brown years. "Just throw them in the dungeon 'til election day."
Published in 1997 by Pomegranate Press "I'm Ink, Therefore I Am!" gathers a collection of about 300 strips, originally published in the San Francisco Chronicle, for 1990 through 1996. Though local in orientation, the cartoons pertain to situations that arise anywhere people live, work, and vote in significant numbers. Characters such as Bruce D. Raven, Bruinhilda, and, of course, Farley himself are involved in mayoral elections, voter referendums, the local sports scene, and the social climate.
"Fur and Loafing in Yosemite" was published in 1999 by the Yosemite Association. With its large format and handsome design has won design awards and is a popular collection of Phil's work with visitors to Yosemite National Park. Phil, with his many years of association with national and state parks was named to the board of the Yosemite Association in 2000.
The second Farley book to be published by the Yosemite Association this book features 300 hilarious cartoon strips that appeared in the Chronicle between 1999 and 2004. The four bears, Bruinhilda, Alphonse, Franklin and Floyd are joined by a cast of characters that have become familiar to Farley fans. Velma Melmac with her dust-buster, ranger Farley and even mayor Willie Brown make appearances. This title is available directly through The Yosemite Conservancy
"Asphalt State Park" was published in 1987 by Brinker Ink. This collection of daily strips focuses on Farley's experience as a park ranger and the characters related to Asphalt State Park and the bears associated with the park (Ursus Corruptus).
Published in 1991 by Ten Speed Press this collection captures many of the early localized strips focused on San Francisco. Phil Frank took the "Travels with Farley" strip out of national syndication in 1985, dropped the "Travels With" portion of the title and began producing the strip solely for the San Francisco Chronicle.
"Travels with Farley" is Phil's first book published by 1978 Troubador Press. The strip began syndication nationally in 1975. The book introduces the early characters and explores the mind of the cartoonist.