I'm not sure quite how to say this, but the code you have written is extremely difficult to read, to put it mildly.
The first barrier to understanding your code is that the indentation is very inconsistent. Consistent indentation in any programming language is important, but it's vital to get right in Lisps like Clojure.
You also seem to have a lot of code that does nothing, or is ignored, or is commented out. This makes it very difficult to discover which parts of your application are intended to work, and which are discarded works-in-progress.
There's very little separation of concerns in your code. Everything is mixed together. You need to be constructing functions that perform a single task, to isolate them into simple, independent tools.
So, take your application one step at a time. Start by building a function that can query the website you want to pull data from, and return a string of HTML. Test this in a REPL to ensure it works. When it does, write a function that takes the HTML and parses it into map of the data you want. Again, test this in the REPL to ensure it works. Only when this part is operational should you worry about connecting it up to a website.