Neil Gaiman, who won a Hugo Award last year for Best Science Fiction Novel for American Gods (see 'American Gods Wins Hugo Award'), won again this year for Best Novella for Coraline.  Coraline, which has sold around 130,000 copies to date in hardcover (see 'Neil Gaiman's Triumphant Return to Comics'), will undoubtedly get another sales boost from the award.  And this is one more reinforcement of the strength of Gaiman's prose audience, which he is now attempting to bring to his comic work with 1602 from Marvel and Sandman:  Endless Nights from DC.  Endless Nights has already been ordered in extremely large numbers by the book trade (see 'Sandman:  Endless Nights Shipping Big') and by comic stores.