My current leisure-time project is porting the examples from Peter Seibel's excellent Practical Common Lisp (PCL) to Clojure.
I think Clojure is interesting for three reasons:
My ground rules are simple:
Please do not assume that this port is a good introduction to Common Lisp! I am cherry-picking examples that are interesting to me from a Clojure perspective. If you want to learn Common Lisp, read PCL. In fact, you should probably read the relevant chapters in PCL first, no matter what.
If you find this series helpful, you might also like my book, Programming Clojure.
I am available to give conference talks on Clojure. Check the schedule for an event near you, or contact Relevance (email@example.com) to schedule an event.