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Last night, the National Book Critics Circle gave its annual awards to five worthy books at a ceremony at the New School in New York City. (This blogger is on the board of directors of the NBCC). GalleyCat was there, covering the event in real time. eBookNewser wants to take this opportunity to point you to all the available eBooks from the winners.

The fiction award went to Hilary Mantel for Wolf Hall (Holt), which you can get on your Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader. Remember, too, that this is one of the books Apple features in the iPad unveiling.

The nonfiction award went to Richard Holmes for The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science (Pantheon). You can get it on <a href="“>Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader.

The autobiography award went to Diana Athill for Somewhere Towards the End (Norton). Here are the links for Kindle, Nook, and Sony, where it’s very expensive.

The biography award went to Blake Bailey for Cheever: A Life (Knopf). Here’s Kindle, and Sony.

The criticism award went to Eula Biss for Notes From No Man’s Land: American Essays (Graywolf Press). There’s not eBook for it yet, but winning the award might change that.

The poetry award went to Rae Armantrout for Versed (Wesleyan). There is no eBook.