Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin (1804-1876), later Baroness Dudevant wrote highly-acclaimed novels and memoirs under the pseudonym George Sand. Her best known works include Indiana, Leila, and Story of My Life. The film Impromptu(1991) with Judy Davis is based on her life. She had two children, Solange and Maurice, and four grandchildren, for whom she wrote What Flowers Say and Other Stories. Molly Crabapple is an artist and writer living in New York. Her work engages subculture, politics, and rebellion. Crabapple's 2013 solo exhibition, Shell Game, a series of large-scale paintings about the revolutions of 2011, led to her being called "Occupy's greatest artist" by Rolling Stone, and "an emblem of the way that art could break out of the gilded gallery" by The New Republic. Crabapple is a columnist for VICE, and has written for The New York Times, The Paris Review, CNN, The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Jacobin, and Der Spiegel. She is the author of an illustrated memoir, Drawing Blood (HarperCollins 2015).