Four Bronx authors will be talking about their books on BronxTalk this Monday night. Beginning at 9:00pm on Bronxnet's channel 67, Liz Murray author of the best seller Breaking Night, the story of "from homeless to Harvard", James Hannon author of The Lost Boys of the Bronx, the oral history of the Ducky Boys gang, Bernard Blue Rowell author of Son 'I' Got your Back, and Fernando Peguero author of Stop Being Poor, will talk with host Gary Axelbank about their work.
On October 11, BronxTalk will feature the Mary Mitchell Community Center, which is slated to be closed by the city, and on October 18th Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. will help the program celebrate it's 16th anniversary.
For the past sixteen years, BronxTalk has been seen live each Monday night at 9:00pm on Bronxnet's Cablevision channel 67. It's also on Verizon Fios channel 33 and streamed live at bronxnet.org. Produced by Jane Folloro, BronxTalk is repeated each day at 9:30am, 3:30pm, and 9:00pm. Archives are available at blip.tv; search for "BronxTalk."