In some translations of Homer’s Odyssey the sirens’ sounds are described as only “haunting and beautiful”.  In other translations the song praises Odysses as a hero.  In this book the sirens sing a personal song of homeland, protection, duty, and death.  The book was printed on Stonehenge and rice papers,  using relief prints, solar plates, lertterpress and chin colle’ ,at the Citron Press in Waukesha, WI, by S. Copoulos-Selle.