In this episode, Trevor and Paul discuss great literary years. What have been some of the most noteworthy bookish years so far? What made them so special? They also travel back 100 years to arguably the greatest literary year in history and explore the works that changed literature forever. And they share readers‘ entries for the Archipelago Books contest and announce the lucky winner!

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