It seems that lisp is really coming back this time through the front door. Nick Levine, the author of Fundamentals of CLOS, just announced a new book about lisp, that will be published by O'Reilly.
The common lisp groups in LinkedIn (Common Lisp, Lispniks & LispNYC) are growing fast with many known and new names joining. Anyway Reasoned Schemer was finally delivered so I only need some time to read it. Let see what Kanren could teach me what kind of data should I return in my project.