"I believe I've spotted a need for something that would explain terms that are often complex and sometimes don't even have a precise meaning, as well as an opportunity to grind some of my favourite axes and to have a little fun too. I already have a publisher lined up and I'm getting close to finishing writing. Even so, I'd still welcome input from IPKat readers [says Merpel, you should be careful what you wish for ...].
A list of the expressions included in the dictionary can be downloaded from my own blog here (beware --the list is growing all the time!). If you notice any omissions, I'll be very pleased to hear about them (don't worry, I'm not asking for definitions, although I might consider it appropriate to seek guidance on particularly obscure terms). I'm especially keen to have suggestions that might give the dictionary a more international, less Anglo-American, flavour. You can contact me by leaving a comment on my blog or email me here".Good luck Peter, says the Kat, but be careful what you call it. Grove's Dictionary got there first!