The past year has been such a tortured whirlwind that it’s very possible you have forgotten about two things, or at least, that they seem like they happened 3 years ago. Here’s a refresher: Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature, and then he begrudgingly submitted a recorded version of his Nobel lecture to accept the prize formally months later.
Now, Dylan’s speech is being released in a print version, according to The New York Times. Simon & Schuster published a 23-page “book” of Dylan’s humorous and insightful diatribe on Tuesday (Oct. 31). The book is also available in a limited collector’s edition: 100 “individually signed and numbered hardcover copies” are available for $2,500 each.
If that's too rich for your blood, a normal person version of the printed lecture is being sold for $16.99. If you want to parse his observations about Melville, All Quiet on the Western Front, Odysseus, and Leadbelly in print, order here. Listen to the full, pleasantly audiobook-ish lecture below.
This article originally appeared on Spin.