Bob Dylan Stays Quiet on Nobel Prize Win
Maybe it is him, babe. The singer-songwriter took the stage in Las Vegas last night just hours after becoming the first musician (and first American since 1993) to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. Before the announcement, Dylan’s odds of winning were 16-1 — he was tied for 8th place, despite many pundits calling for him to be recognized. During his concert, Dylan not only didn’t mention the prize, but barely spoke a word, instead allowing the Twitterati to debate whether his songs actually count as literature.