Bob Dylan Breaks Silence on His Nobel Prize: ‘It’s Hard to Believe’

After 15 days of an apparent silent treatment, Bob Dylan has made his first public statements about winning the Nobel Prize for Literature. “It’s hard to believe, amazing, incredible. Whoever dreams about something like that?” Dylan told The Telegraph in his first interview since the Swedish Academy announced the honor on Oct. 13. Dylan was recognized for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” The award briefly got some airtime on his website before it was quickly removed, and the musician famously shuns media, but he…