Over at Pseudopod, I recently read a horror story called "Crawlspace" by one Russell Bradbury-Carlin. Here's the link: http://pseudopod.org/2012/11/16/pseudopod-308-the-crawlspace/
It has a pretty terrifying premise: the crawlspace under a couple's new house appears to be haunted. But the story takes a fairly unpredictable turn, and instead of being afraid of the crawlspace, the main character seems drawn to it, almost eager to get in there among the chatty dead.
I suppose I've become spoiled, having a show as lengthy and open as I do, where I can chat with Big about the stories we read, their strengths (and very occasionally, their weaknesses), my feelings about them, and other notions they brought up in me. So I find it a bit frustrating not to be able to do so with this story as well.
But it's always an honor when somebody asks me to read or perform in one of their shows, and Pseudopod is pretty popular and well-regarded, so I imagine "Crawlspace" will introduce as many listeners to me as it will Bradbury-Carlin.