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Shakespeare Selfie, grades 7-9 category: Meet the winner  »

Judge Kenneth Oppel has selected the grand prize winner from 10 shortlisted entries in the grades 7-9 category.

Shakespeare Selfie, grades 10-12 category: Meet the winner  »

Judge Kenneth Oppel has selected the grand prize winner from 10 shortlisted entries in the grades 10-12 category.





Shakespeare Selfie, grades 10-12 category: Shortlist announced  »

Canadian young-adult authors Natale Ghent and Kevin Major have chosen their top 10 entries in the grades 10-12 category.

Shakespeare Selfie, grades 7-9 category: Shortlist announced  »

Canadian young-adult authors Adwoa Badoe and Vikki Vansickle have chosen their top 10 entries in the grades 7-9 category.





Read the entries from the Shakespeare Selfie challenge!  »

Writers grades 7-12, it's time to take a Shakespeare Selfie!

Your stories of belonging  »

Share your personal story of belonging for a chance to win one of two $1,000 prizes from the Canada Council for the Arts.





Stories of Belonging to air on CBC's IDEAS  »

Announcing a new national writing challenge and literary series inspired by the CBC Massey Lectures.

Tell us your true story of belonging for a chance to win $1,000  »

Starting October 8, the CBC is looking for your personal story of belonging, inspired by this year's Massey Lectures by former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson.

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  • Shakespeare Selfie, grades 7-9 category: Meet the winner
  • Shakespeare Selfie, grades 10-12 category: Meet the winner
  • Shakespeare Selfie, grades 10-12 category: Shortlist announced
  • Shakespeare Selfie, grades 7-9 category: Shortlist announced
  • Read the entries from the Shakespeare Selfie challenge!
  • Your stories of belonging
  • Stories of Belonging to air on CBC's IDEAS
  • Tell us your true story of belonging for a chance to win $1,000
  • The best Fringe play that no one has written... yet
  • Fringe plays no one has written: "Angster," football and questionable sculpture
  • Charity, tin cowboys and bathtub fires: The Fringe shows of dreams
  • Fringe For All: Bill Nye, Alex Trebek and Chaka Khan
  • Dream up your own Fringe show and win!
  • Shakespeare Selfie Challenge, adult category: We have a winner
  • Shakespeare Selfie Challenge, youth category: We have a winner
  • Shakespeare Selfie youth judge Eric Walters: "Willy Shakespeare would be proud"
  • Announcing the Shakespeare Selfie shortlist: Adult category
  • Announcing the Shakespeare Selfie shortlist: Youth category
  • "Romeo and Julien" by Maya Smith
  • Shakespeare Selfie: A Vancouver garden cures Ophelia's winter blues
  • The Shakespeare Selfie Challenge is closed
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Titania hosts a cooking show
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Ophelia's done with online dating
  • "The Shopping Channel: Presenting Friar Laurence and his Elixir" by Lexia Bao
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Mercutio's in the principal's office
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Will Desdemona survive technology withdrawal?
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Romeo tries to play it cool
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Lady M takes a trip to Costco
  • Shakespeare Selfie: The Macbeths go to couples' therapy
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Falstaff goes to Weight Watchers
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Juliet takes a selfie
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Brutus at the Drive-thru
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Mercutio cruises the beach
  • "What Foreign Game of War?" by Madelaine Alaric
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Macbeth ponders Facebook, Twitter, Imgur
  • Shakespeare Selfie: Lady Macbeth is one-upped at the party
  • Vote for your favourite Defining Moments
  • Comedian Debra DiGiovanni chooses the best "Worst Valentine's Date Ever"
  • "Worst Valentine's Date Ever" Twitter Challenge: Top Tweets
  • Merry Twistmas: We have a winner!
  • Merry Twistmas All-Stars Part 3: Giddy senators, Griswolds and gift guilt
  • Merry Twistmas All-Stars Part 2: Acid Frosty and Naked Miley
  • Merry Twistmas All-Stars: Part 1
  • The "Merry Twistmas" Twitter Challenge is now closed
  • The "Merry Twistmas" Twitter Challenge is now open!
  • Lawrence Hill reveals his favourite family story
  • Holiday Twitter challenge 11 am ET/8 am PT today!
  • Air Farce's Kevin Wallis: From Rob Ford to wrecking balls
  • Top 20 BloodLines stories
  • Your BloodLines: stories from the public
  • Share a story from your family tree for a chance to win $1,000!
  • Surf's up: Gillian Cornwall on winning Twisting Titles
  • Nick Mount picks winner of Twisting Titles Twitter Challenge
  • Top Tweets in our Twisting Titles Twitter Challenge
  • Twisting Titles Twitter Challenge is now closed
  • Twisting Titles Twitter Challenge
  • Can lit prof Nick Mount on what makes a classic a classic
  • Words and Comfrey by Mary Barnes
  • Defusing bombs: Lawrence Hill on descriptive drama
  • The Illusion of Warmth by Kerri McCourt
  • Stirring, Shaking, Sliding by Craig Temple
  • Henry's Garden by Nancy de Guerre
  • An Unravelling Seamstress by Sharon Gerger
  • Child Gunner by Patti-Kay Hamilton
  • All those numbers by @ReadyOwl
  • Not Delivered by David Burga
  • Shoes & Yogen Früz by Stephanie Hall
  • What people do by Stephanie McGrath
  • The Rhinoceros by Matt McTaggart
  • Overheard in the Elevator
  • "Stuck" by Star Spider
  • True or false: Seeing the most popular girl in Gr. 7 or being kicked in the "nuts"? by Dawn Reddick
  • True or false: An animate painting or a mother takes a week off? by Tina Wayland
  • True or false: Shy or never shy? by Raymond Maher
  • Stuck in an elevator? Lawrence Hill on writing your way out
  • True or false: Girl bird rescuer or lady roofer? by Chris Galvin Nguyen
  • True or false: Parrotfish or baby elephant? by Leslie Beckmann
  • Playing "True or False" with Lawrence Hill
  • True or false: Fighter or prankster? by Rhonda Bulmer
  • Summer postcards: Wish you were here
  • Strong Beginnings Twitter Challenge is closed!
  • Who should win our "Caption this Comic" challenge?
  • The Caption This Comic Challenge is now closed
  • We have a winner: The Tweet Your Own Horn Challenge
  • Tweet Your Own Horn Challenge: Meet the winner
  • "Tweet Your Own Horn" All-Stars Part 2
  • "Tweet Your Own Horn" All-Stars Part 1
  • We have a winner: The Song That Changed Your Life
  • The Song That Changed Your Life: Finalists
  • The Last Time I Saw Him By Deborah Whelan
  • Yolanda by Christopher Levan
  • Cashing In by Richard Borek
  • T-shirt by Taylor Wilson
  • In the Mood by Irena Szpak
  • She Whispered by Lyle Burwell
  • Leaving on a Jet Plane by Shell Ledrew
  • Nausicaa Requiem by Isaac Yuen
  • Background Noise by Judith Ouellette-Bezaire
  • Layla by Ann Sarich
  • The Jimi Hendrix experience by Bruce LeFevre
  • Helpless by Debra McGrath
  • Mad Rush by Cristina Rizzuto
  • Yodeling by Lana Willocks
  • That Friday by Stephen Barredo
  • Engelbert by Elaine McDivitt
  • Being Big by Stephanie Hall
  • Morrissey by David Burga
  • Congregations by Carla Gadula
  • Cat's in the Cradle by Elizabeth Booth
  • The Reason by Carmen Vickery
  • Bach's Concerto No. 5 by David Waltner-Toews
  • The Weakerthans by Greg Pratt
  • The Age of Aquarius by Irene Fantopoulos
  • Three Songs by Susan Borgersen
  • Freedom and Bruce Springsteen by Terri Favro
  • Bonanza! by Johanna Zomers
  • By Steven Toth
  • By John Hansen
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady by Pat Mills
  • The Bullet and the Shrapnel by Andreas Dolberg
  • Snowbird by Henry Adam Svec
  • By Maggie Panko
  • Lost and found by Dawn Ruddick
  • By Michael Barton
  • How Bach Saved My Soul by David Waltner-Toews
  • Time, The Magical Musical Box by Thomas Bauer
  • By Lita Bablitz
  • Life is a Song, Love is the Music by Pamela Dillon
  • This Flight Tonight by Star Spider
  • Kitchen Serenade by Lawrence Larouche
  • by Raymond Maher
  • Call for submissions: The Song That Changed Your Life
  • Seusstivus Holiday Twitter Challenge All-Stars: Part 2
  • Seusstivus Holiday Twitter Challenge All-Stars: Part 1
  • Jonathan Goldstein: It's good to be a Grinch
  • Next Twitter Challenge on Tuesday December 18th
  • We have a winner: Close Encounters with Science
  • Close Encounters with Science: Meet the winner
  • Announcing the longlist for “Close Encounters with Science”
  • Meet the reader: Scott Fotheringham
  • Meet the reader: Beverly Akerman
  • Jacob Speaks by Marcy White
  • Science as Language by David Gosse
  • Racing Point of Light by Rob Colter
  • Monochrome by Wayne MacPhail
  • Something Happened by Gwenellen Tarbet
  • The Science of Recess by Janet Trull
  • The Crystal Set by Edythe Anstey Hanen
  • Fallout by Patricia Hamilton
  • The Year of the Bulb by Sylvia Holt
  • Seeing the World by Yvette Menard
  • I No Longer Remember by Linda Hossie
  • Total Eclipse of My Heart by Laurie Burns
  • The Red Devil by Julie Achtermeier
  • Premature by Johanna Van Zanten
  • The New Age by Lyle Burwell
  • Firsts by Kelly Marcon
  • Close Encounters by Caroline Woodward
  • The MRI by Shannon Falconer
  • My First Experiment by Odie Geiger


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