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Sunday Mailbag- Submitting to MAD?

6 monthes ago   |   By Tom Richmond

Q: You've previously described pretty thoroughly how to submit work to MAD - originally via snail mail, then through MAD ‘s official submissions page. Now that MAD is under new management, is the submission process different as well? (The submissions page is still there, but it hasn't been updated since the rebrand. It still has stuff about the Fundalini pages etc. in it, and as they don't reply to rejected submissions there's no way to tell if it's even still working or not.)
A: I visited the MAD offices while I was in LA last Monday, and put this question to MAD art director Suzy...
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