Not sure if this has been mentioned on the journal previously, but Coraline was nominated as a 2005 Popular Paperback for Young Adults by YASLA back at the ALA Midwinter meeting.

From a recent interview with Terry Gilliam in the 17 May Guardian, regarding Good Omens:
“We were going to do it after Quixote. Johnny Depp and Robin Williams. Sixty million budget. We only needed $15m from America. I go out there, we couldn’t raise it. Not a penny. They said, Depp, he does these European art movies; Robin, his career’s over. Now Johnny is sitting at the top of the pile. That’s what’s so awful about the system. No one thinks long-term.”

Again, not sure if this has been mentioned on the journal, or not, but “Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Nameless House of the Night of Dread Desire” from Gothic! has been nominated for a Locus Award for Best Short Story. Winners announced in July.