As confirmed by this thread, there is a very small collection of stand-up/parlour material avaliable in print. I figure this is due to two facts:
1. Stage routines, for the most part, are much more personal to the performer than the average close-up routine. The focus is on the performer more than the props. Thus, it makes it harder to perform somebody else's routine, becasue it is so much of them. Also, most people developing these routines use them as "workers" and aren't too anxious to tip them.
2. Stand-up routines are often much more simple than close-up as well. They often use much less sleights, gimmicks and props, and rely more on the "bits of business". Thus, they are harder to market. If you receive a package with a hunk of rope and a sheet full of gags your reaction may be "That's it?!?!" when the creator entertains audiences nightly with just that.
Personally, I would love to see a magazine much like the Magic Menu dedicated to stand-up magic. I imagine this is a project I will take on myself, eventually. However, I've kept myself busy enough with Half-Baked magazine. Also, for now I don't have the contacts to solicit material.
Perhaps this is something Genii could consider?