TMTSF-based (TMTSF = tetramethyltetraselenafulvalene = C10H12Se4) charge-transfer salt nanowires were fabricated using the galvanostatic deposition technique that was assisted by an anodic aluminum oxide (AAO) template. By applying a low current density of 1-2 microA/cm2 for more than one month, nanowire arrays with diameters of approximately 150 nm and lengths of approximately 6 microm were obtained. The length of nanowires can be controlled by the duration of the constant current application. Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopic (EDX) analysis confirmed that selenium is one of the main components of the nanowires. The micro-Raman (v3C == C) and FT-IR spectra (v3PF6-, v3BF4-, v3CIO4-) indicated that the nanowire arrays had the (TMTSF)2X (X = PF6, BF4, CIO4) phase. The TEM images and the selected area electron diffraction (SAED) patterns indicate that the nanowires were not single crystals, but the current-voltage characteristic that was measured with the four-terminal method showed the conductivity of the (TMTSF)2PF6 single crystals (sigmaRT = 1.6 S/cm) at room temperature.