Due to the organizer (me) doing too many other things this summer and lacking the foresight to delegate, no speaker was found for August. I don't feel like rushing things so late in the game, so unless a surprise speaker is found on short notice, there won't be a Boston Lisp Meeting this August.
But lo and behold, we have speakers for September and October. On Monday September 29th 2008, 1800, Rich Hickey will give a long talk on Clojure, his new Lisp dialect for the JVM, at the usual venue MIT 34-401B. Official announcement will follow later this month.
In October (Monday 27th?), Tim McNerney will hopefully talk about his past work on verification of correctness of a compiler transformation pass through abstract interpretation.