There was an interesting language that made the rounds on reddit /r/programming 
a few days ago:

Reddit discussion page:

It's an indentation-based lisp-like language, although the indentation rules 
differ somewhat from sweet-expressions. It also features a macro system that 
actually parses its own input and outputs a string that gets re-parsed. The 
language uses Haskell/Parsec for parsing and evaluation, so it might be 
interesting to compare that approach with the ANTLR-based grammar.

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