may, 2018

10may7:00 pm- 9:00 pmPOETRYHayden Saunier & Grant Clauser


Event Details

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ (2/6/18) – Becoming known as one of Lambertville’s leading, underground cultural supporters, The Art of Sound is pleased to announce their latest entertainment offering “The Art of Sound Unplugged”, a springtime performing artist celebration series. This unplugged series has been specifically designed to honor the live entertainment experience, amongst their 4,000-square foot, state-of-the-art, hi-fi studio, which additionally caters to the utmost presentation of premium, entertainment installation throughout the Northeast. Seating reservations for the Unplugged series are required by calling The Art of Sound at 609.483.5000.

The Art of Sound’s on-going cultural mission is to proudly curate a thoughtful variety of artistic experiences for clientele and the public. The third of the series will launch Thursday, May 10th with the POETRY, POSE & POTIONS EVENING. Starting at 7pm with a complimentary mix of refreshments and light fare. A limited number of seats are exclusively saved for clientele then approximately 20 seats are released to the general-public one-month prior, ensuring an intimate experience for both artist and patron. Reservations can be made by calling the Art of Sound studio at 609.483.5000 and is located at 201 South Main Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530.


Poetry Readings by poet, actress & author Hayden Saunier & Special Guest poet, author, editor, Grant Clauser

Call the showroom at 609.483.5000 to save your seats for this VIP cultural event. Light refreshments will be served.

ABOUT Hayden Saunier:

Hayden Saunier is a poet, actor and teaching artist living in the Philadelphia area.

Her acting resume includes film and television appearances in The Sixth Sense, Philadelphia Diary, House of Cards, Hack and Do No Harm and numerous roles at regional theatres such as the Guthrie, Walnut Street Theatre, Arden Theatre, George Street Playhouse, Interact Theatre and People’s Light and Theatre Company.

She has published four collections of poetry and her work has been awarded the 2013 Gell Poetry Prize, 2011 Pablo Neruda Poetry Prize, the 2011 Rattle Poetry Prize, the Robert Fraser Award and has been nominated several times for a Pushcart Prize. Hayden is a Bucks County, Pennsylvania Poet Laureate.

ABOUT Grant Clauser:

I live in southeast PA between Philadelphia and the Pocono Mountains with my wife, daughters and a foxhound. I earned an MFA in poetry from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in 1993 where I was a Richard Devine Fellow. I’ve been editor and/or reader for a few literary journals including the Mid-American Review, Janus, Toad Highway, and currently am a contributing editor to Cleaver. In 2010 I was selected as the Montgomery County Poet Laureate by Robert Bly. My poems have appeared in a variety of journals including The American Poetry Review, Cincinnati Poetry Review, The Literary Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Heartland Review, The Journal, Mason’s Road, Cortland Review, The Good Men Project, Wisconsin Review, The Southern Poetry Review, Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, Superstition Review,The Seattle Review, Schuylkill Valley Journal , Tar River Poetry, Painted Bride Quarterly and others. In 2010 I started the Montco Wordshop, a monthly workshop for area poets. I taught workshops at Philadelphia’s Musehouse Writing Center, have been a guest teacher at several writers’ conferences, and currently teach workshops in Rosemont College’s Writers’ Studio. My first collection The Trouble with Rivers was published in 2012 by Foothills Publishing and can be ordered here. In 2013 I won the Dogfish Head Poetry prize for the book Necessary Myths, published by Broadkill River Press. My most recent books are The Magician’s Handbook by PS Books, and Reckless Constellations, winner of the Cider Press Review Editor’s Award. In 2014 I was a guest poet of the Sharjah International Book Fair in the United Arab Emirates. My favorite dry fly is the Parachute Adams. My favorite nymph is a basic Hare’s Ear with a brass bead. For bass I stick mostly to a Clouser Minnow (no relation) and sometimes a Murry Hellgrammite. In addition to the creative writing work, I’m an editor for the New York Time’s Wirecutter.

Proud supporters and advancers of the arts and professionally considered designers of sound, The Art of Sound, LLC offers expert technology, utmost personal, customer service and a state-of-the-art showroom located in Lambertville, NJ. The Art of Sound caters to serious music lovers, both residential and commercial, proudly curating the ultimate, in-concert experience for music aficionados. The Art of Sound specializes in Audio-Visual Design, creating Whole House Audio, Two-Channel Audio, & Multi-Channel Home Theater Environments, as well as Wi-Fi Solutions. Never-before has sound been more advanced and stylish. To find out more, visit


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