Lisp is a family of general-purpose, high-level programming languages. Lisp was originally specified almost 60 years ago and is still widely used today. Lisp pioneered important ideas in modern programming language design and has left more recent languages behind to play catch-up.

Lisp Chronicles publish programming tutorials and articles with a slant towards Clojure and Scheme, two modern dialects of Lisp.

Lisp Chronicles is brought to you by Vijay Mathew,  a software developer located in India.