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Jest Magazine goes National

Local humor magazine, Jest, can now be found in truck stops and Planned Parenthood waiting rooms ACROSS America. Jest, for those who are unfamiliar, is kinda like MAD magazine for manchildren. The newest issue--has a sultry pregnant teen on the cover--will be the last FREE one you can pick up. Next time, you either pay for it or steal it.

The Apiary asked Jest what prompted the decision to go from an NYC freebie to a national format. Jest's Tim Duffy responded:

It was a hard decision to no longer be free anymore but our founder David Fenton decided that he may want to consider being able to eat something other than Ramen Noodles. So, currently we are on national news stands all over the damn country. We are heavily distributed in Tower Records everywhere as well as a few other chain stores like that.

Subscriptions are at this very moment only $7.95 for the whole effing year. Just enter the promo code: summer special. Our website should begin having daily updates over the next month as well we'll keep you posted when that launches.

Pic of publisher David Fenton, PR whiz Kambri Crews and one of the most haunting Jacko images yet.

Younga, one of the bloggerati at Teen Drama, stops by the Jest national launch party and takes more pictures.

Start your own magazine today!

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