I've written some termbox bindings for Janet. If you don't know what either of those are, termbox is a small library for building text-based user interfaces, and Janet is a pragmatic lisp-like programming language with good native C code interoperability.
You can find them at termbox-janet.
They are essentially complete, bar a couple of functions I haven't found much use for.
Here's a minimal example:
(import termbox :as tb) (tb/init) (tb/put-string 1 1 "hello, world") (tb/present) # block until an event happens (tb/poll-event) (tb/shutdown)
More examples are in the test directory of the repo here.
Writing bindings for Janet is a delight. The documentation could do with some work, but plenty of native modules are on GitHub to look through. The API provides lots of useful functions and I can usually express what I want in at most a couple of calls.
Some useful examples: