SOS (The SoHo of the 70’s)!

Spring Street Books (photo: Bob Edelson source:

After much encouragement from readers (for which I am eternally grateful), I have decided to write a proposal for a book based on The SoHo Memory Project.  Every good book needs a great title to pique a reader’s interest, and I am stuck.  I can’t think of a title that sums up everything we’ve discussed over the last year and change.  So I am writing today to ask for your help.  If anyone out there has any ideas for titles, please send them to me, either by writing a comment below or by emailing me at  Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you!

P.S. If you happen to know an agent or publisher who would be interested in this project, please let me know!

18 Responses to “SOS (The SoHo of the 70’s)!”

  1. marie brown Says:

    The title of your blog is a very good one for a book, I think.

    • Yukie Says:

      I think so too, but I am afraid that the word “project” will scare people away. But maybe I should just go for it! Thanks, Marie.

  2. Mark Gabor Says:

    Two ideas come to mind immediately. Not catchy, but right on target. I’ll leave embellishments to others:



    Hope this gets things started.


  3. Carol Goodden Says:

    Good for you. Go for it!! Great idea.

    How about, SoHo’s Seventies as a title? It has good alliteration. Keeping it simple is always wise.

  4. nina buesing corvallo Says:

    I just wanted to add my enthusiasm for this project. Much looking forward to reading an dpurchasing this book.

  5. Rachel Wysoki Says:

    The Soho Memory Project has my vote. I think the word “project” will draw people to the book. Whatever title you choose, I am sure the book will be a great success.

  6. Bowery Boy Says:

    SoHo Memory
    SoHo Memories
    SoHo Meme

    Between this…
    …and this…
    …I can’t imagine a better time to find a publisher. Good luck.

  7. Maryann Says:

    Urban Frontier: The Cobbled Dreams of Soho

    • Yukie Ohta Says:

      That’s a great one. Thanks!

    • Fernando Says:

      Posted on I’ve been absent for a while, but now I reemmber why I used to love this site. Thanks , I will try and check back more frequently. How frequently you update your web site?

      • Yukie Ohta Says:

        Hi Fernando! I post every other week at 8 am on Saturdays. You can subscribe via email (see upper left side of the screen) and you will get the post emailed to you when it goes up. Thanks for checking back!

  8. Bob Edelson Says:

    The photo you are showing is one of mine & one of many hundreds that would fit your concept and that did fill my two books on SOHO & lower Manhattan -“SOHO, NYC”, & “Below 14 Street”.

  9. Yukie Ohta Says:

    Hi Bob- I LOVE LOVE LOVE your book. It takes me back! The photo in the post is actually linked to your website if you click on it—and I hope people have. I hope it’s okay that I used this image to illustrate my announcement (pleas tell me if it is not and I will remove it!!!). I admire your work and would be interested in seeing more….

    • Bob Edelson Says:

      Thank you for getting my early NY work out to the public. when l produced them, back in early ’90s, pix from ’70s&’80s, the internet was just getting started so they never got attention they should have, tho sold well in NYC. if decide to do your book, maybe we could work together on it. Up the PR

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