By Nivea Serrao
Updated October 21, 2016 at 07:14 PM EDT
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The saga of Bob Dylan and his Nobel prize in literature continues.

While Dylan has yet to make a statement about his latest achievement, his website has taken down any acknowledgement of the award. Until recently the words, “winner of the Nobel prize in literature” appeared on the page for his forthcoming book The Lyrics: 1961-2012, which you can see below.

However, as The Guardian reported Friday, the mention has now been taken down.

Dylan has yet to publicly comment on his win, and the Swedish Academy has said that they stopped trying to get in touch with him this week.

The Lyrics was originally due out Nov. 8, but after Dylan won the prize, Simon & Schuster, decided to move up the collection’s release date. A new release date has not been announced.