David Poppleton grabbed a hat-trick alongside single efforts from Stephen Handy, Andrew Hall, Chris Laws, Jack Stone, Thomas
Scott, Dean Patton, John Curry and Craig Botcherby.
With: Jared Leto, Sarah Polley, Diane Kruger, Linh-Dan Pham, Rhys Ifans, Natasha Little, Toby Regbo, Juno Temple, Clare Stone, Thomas
Byrne, Audrey Giacomini, Laura Brumagne, Allan Corduner, Daniel Mays, Noa de Constanzo.
Some of the students who featured were Kyron Caddick, Joshua Harris, Liam Rees, Matthew Griffiths, James Stone, Thomas
Harris and Jamie Rasis, Kiya Glanville, Jamie-Lee Cummings, Hannah Harvey, Thomas Ashton, Ryan Newman, Lewis Cummings, Joshua Barker, Crissy Brown Ross Kemp, Gareth Davies, Joshua Cussack and Mike Brown.
Connecticut Huntington, Samuel Sherman, Roger Williams, William Wolcott, Oliver Delaware McKean, Thomas Read, George Rodney, Caesar Georgia Gwinnett, Button Hall, Lyman Walton, George Maryland Carroll, Charles Chase, Samuel Paca, William Stone, Thomas
Massachusetts Adams, John Adams, Samuel Gerry, Elbridge Hancock, John Paine, Robert T.
Minor Western B-pic with Alan Curtis, Lon Chaney Jr, Martha O'Driscoll, Noah Beery Jr, Milburn Stone, Thomas
Gomez, John Litel.
Michael Kenneally's gathering of twenty-three contributions has some general essays on contemporary Irish poetry, the American influence, Irish and international poetry, and poetry in Irish, the language of displacement, and myth in women's poetry: some on groups of poets (such as Eavan Boland, Ciaran Carson, and Medbh McGuckian); some on particular works (Richard Murphy's The Price of Stone, Thomas
Kinsella's Peppercanister poems); the largest number on individual poets (John Montague, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon, Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill, Tom Paulin, Ciaran Carson, Medhb McGuckian, Paul Muldoon); and there is an essay on Seamus Heaney as critic.