Deutschlandfunk - Querköpfe
German Radio - Oddballs I 2014-3-19
"On his show ´Why don't you read for a change?`, Stephan Goeritz reviews the book "Guenter is called Walter in Winter" :
"A compilation of the author Grosche's favourite pieces from over 40 years of stage performances.
A poet among todays cabaret artists,his wide-open eyes seem constantly astonished by the world.
For example, he drawsour attention to computers capable of adaptive learning: When the word
"Entschleunigung"("deceleration") is entered into their spell check program,the computer promptly slows down.
The tex ist not the only engaging feature of the book; readers may find their thoughts dwelling on the surreal illustrations by Christina Cohen-Cossen. A moocher is depicted to quite literally keep people on the hook, and a woman is transformed into a contrabass. The black-and-white illustrations lend additional colour to Grosche's world."