Jody franklin

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'''jody franklin''' is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia.  He works in several media, including literature, film/video, visual art, music and performance art. He entered the world of self-publishing in 1994 when he published ''Wow!'', a handmade, photocopied [[cut-and-paste]] [[perzine]]. In 2005, he co-founded the webzine [[MungBeing]] and the literary print zine [[The Misfit Library]].  Most recently he started publishing newly created [[Tijuana Bibles]] and ''Acid Totems'', a personal art zine.       
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'''jody franklin''' is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia.  He works in several media, including literature, film/video, visual art, music and performance art. He entered the world of self-publishing in 1994 when he published ''Wow!'', a handmade, photocopied [[Cut and Paste|cut-and-paste]] [[perzine]]. In 2005, he co-founded the webzine [[MungBeing]] and the literary print zine [[The Misfit Library]].  Most recently he started publishing newly created [[Tijuana Bibles]] and ''Acid Totems'', a personal art zine.       
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The correct title of this article is jody franklin. The initial letter is capitalized due to technical restrictions.

jody franklin is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. He works in several media, including literature, film/video, visual art, music and performance art. He entered the world of self-publishing in 1994 when he published Wow!, a handmade, photocopied cut-and-paste perzine. In 2005, he co-founded the webzine MungBeing and the literary print zine The Misfit Library. Most recently he started publishing newly created Tijuana Bibles and Acid Totems, a personal art zine.

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