My Google alerts are overflowing with the doings of DSNA members:
Peter Sokolowski, editor-at-large at Merriam Webster, reports that the most looked-up words in 2012 were capitalism and socialism, while malarkey enjoyed the biggest one-day spike. Here's one version of the story, from the Christian Science Monitor.
Check out this interview with American Heritage Dictionary Executive Editor Steve Kleinedler. He is talking with Robin Young on WBUR's program "Here and Now" about "Words We ‘Literally’ Want Out Of The Dictionary."
Meanwhile, in Athens, Georgia, The Red and Black has a story on the lexicography course taught by our 2013 DSNA meeting host Don McCreary: check out this short feature now to whet your appetite for the 2012 volume of Dictionaries (to be published later this month), which includes Don's article on his students' ongoing project "Dawgspeak: The Slanguage Dictionary of the University of Georgia."