The 20 most-read Monthly articles of 2016
What captured the imagination of our readers this year?

Richard Cooke's ‘The Boomer Supremacy’ was the most-read essay of the year (for good reason), and Monthly readers also embraced the work of Helen Garner, Richard Flanagan, Jess Hill, Sean Kelly, Penny Wong, Robert Manne and Galarrwuy Yunupingu, among others.

Here are the 20 most-read Monthly articles of 2016:

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Image from ‘The Beehive’

The lady vanishes: ‘The Beehive’ at Sydney Festival

Zanny Begg and Philippa Bateman on their enigmatic film that explores the unsolved disappearance of Juanita Nielsen

Image from ‘Primavera’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art

‘Primavera 2018: Young Australian Artists’ at the MCA

This exhibition of the up-and-coming asks complex questions about who we are

Fusion

Welcome to The Summer Library: selected extracts from the best new books this summer

Zebra and Other Stories

Welcome to The Summer Library: selected extracts from the best new books this summer


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