Chances are you’ve already seen mentioned somewhere defmacro’s Writing A Lisp Interpreter In Haskell, but just in case:
A while ago, after what now seems like eternity of flirting with Haskell articles and papers, I finally crossed the boundary between theory and practice and downloaded a Haskell compiler. I decided to do a field evaluation of the language by two means. I was going to solve a problem in a domain that Haskell is known to excel at followed by a real world problem that hasn’t had much exploration in Haskell. Picking the problems was easy. There’s a lot of folklore that suggests Haskell is great for building compilers and interpreters so I didn’t have to think long to a pick a problem that would be self contained, reasonably short, and fun – writing an interpreter of a Lisp dialect.
Also interesting in defmacro.org, these ramblings on The Nature of Lisp or on Functional Programming for the rest of us.
I’ve not read these articles in full, but a first skimming over them left a pretty good impression.