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As "Jennie Anderson", Franks wrote the lyric of the Jethro Tull song "Aqualung" (1971). Ian Anderson, the principal songwriter for Jethro Tull, has said, "[she] in fact was responsible the lyrics in the first couple of verses ... I suppose in total probably about half of the lyrics were words or word associations that she had come up with," based on pictures of homeless men Franks had taken as a photography student.
Franks wrote and acted in the play Stuck!, about "one woman's courageous struggle to get out of a locked basement bathroom at a coffee house and reclaim control of her stalled life", which debuted in New York in 2008.
Franks started and continues as Artistic Director of SPARKy Productions and the Telluride Playwrights Festival, an annual theatre festival each July based in Telluride. The Festival culminated in 2016 when Franks' play which she wrote "The Hispanic Women's Project" was produced. The play was based on true stories of local Latinas in the community. From the play The SPARKy Latina Scholarship Fund was created, in order to send young Latinas to college.
Franks is referenced at IMDb as Jennifer Anderson, Jennie Anderson, and Jennifer Franks, in addition to Jennie Franks.
In recent years Franks' is also a life coach and a Kauit Yoga teacher.
Franks and her second husband have two daughters, Lucy and Sophie-Ann Price.