The children are out of the house and Stefan Schwarz finally no longer has to be a role model! Hurray, the parent theater is closed! He can walk around the apartment in his underpants again, ruin an important phone call for his wife with a burst bag of bread rolls, clean behind the tiled stove with the cat he's been given to care for, look for pooping books on diaper weaning in the local bookstore, remember his past as a hay baby and crybaby , sitting around in front of his family doctor without any symptoms, and giving his two cents everywhere and in general.
Stefan Schwarz in an empty nest. Not entirely correct humor for everyone between acne and arthritis.
Stefan Schwarz, born in Potsdam in 1965, is a journalist and writer. He writes plays and for television, but above all column volumes such as “I can't when the cat is watching” (2008) and novels such as “That will hurt a little” (2012) or “Upper edge of the lower lip” (2016). Most recently published were “I look back on my life full of wormwood” (2020), “Something’s wrong” (2021) and “Bis ins Marrow” (2022). His readings enjoy cult status.
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