Today at Storyville, the digital magazine that publishes a story of note every Tuesday: Caroline Blackwood. I've done Storyville's publicity and acted as an adviser since its inception, and sent my first recommendation for Blackwood's work on 1/1/11. She was an aristocratic heiress to the Guinness brewery fortune, who chose to chart her bohemian course by eloping with Lucien Freud, whose haunting portraits of her outlasted their marriage, and went on to have an artful if messy life, chronicled in an achingly beautiful manner by her daughter Ivana Lowell in her own memoir, Why Not Say What Happened? Of course, the stories Blackwood lived, while fascinating, can't compare with those she wrote. Here's "The Shopping Spree," from Never Breathe a Word.