34 Trinity Arts and News


34 Trinity Arts and News is a radical newsstand, art space and used bookstore in downtown San Francisco.

Check out the articles about our opening in the San Francisco Chronicle and 48 Hills.


About 34 Trinity

Taking over G.F. Wilkinson Books’ three window stalls on the Financial District’s Trinity alley, 34 Trinity Arts & News aims to preserve a valued local cultural space, while expanding its focus to emphasize the literature, art, and politics that have made San Francisco an international beacon for radical culture.

34 Trinity Arts & News builds upon the location’s established practice by stocking one-third of the store from Wilkinson's collection of used books, while at the same time offering a new focus on San Francisco and Bay Area-specific writers, artists, and subject matter. Small and independent projects are highlighted, such as poetry chapbooks, self-published and small press books, limited-edition books, photography and visual arts, independent print news, and other ephemera.


Location & Hours

We're located at 34 Trinity Place in Downtown San Francisco, right between Sutter and Bush and directly across from Escape From New York Pizza.

We're open 12pm - 6pm Tuesday through Friday, and occasionally later for special events.

Hours are dependent on the weather. We can’t open if it rains that day (or if rain is in the forecast) — it can damage our books!

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For at least the first year of operations, 34 Trinity Arts & News will be entirely volunteer-run and staffed by collective members, all San Francisco-based artists, poets, students, and workers.

Donation link to come shortly! Thanks to everyone who donated to our campaign!


Contact Us

Want to sell your zine or art at 34 Trinity? Have a random question? We'd love to hear from you.

email us: info at 34trinity.com

Thanks to everyone who came out for our fall events! We had wonderful poetry readings by Alejandro Murguía, Tongo Eisen-Martin, and Tony Robles, plus jazz by the crew from Cafe International on Haight St, and tunes spun by Ephemera. If you want to stay in the loop for upcoming events, sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Instagram and Facebook.