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Sure I may be a Mercury fanboi, but there are actually other functional logic languages out there. Curry is one of those. From the blurb: "Curry is a universal programming language aiming to amalgamate the most important declarative programming paradigms, namely functional programming and logic programming. Moreover, it also covers the most important operational principles developed in the area of integrated functional logic languages: 'residuation' and 'narrowing'."
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Interesting Resources
SICP is a very good book on Lisp and has been around since many years. This website makes it interactive.
Located in Users / Anthony Ramine
A practical derivative of Lisp on top of JVM focusing on concurrency, parallel processing and Java inter-operability.
Located in Users / Bahman Movaqar / Links