If you're not familiar with the podcast an author picks a short story that has appeared in The New Yorker, reads the story and then discusses it with Deborah Treisman, fiction editor for the magazine.
It's a great way to find new authors -- both those reading and those being read.
I just listened to Joshua Ferris read Adams by George Saunders. I hadn't heard of either Ferris or Saunders. Now I want to read both of them. You can read Adams here, but I recommend downloading the podcast here.
This story might be a little dark for some of you, but it's also funny and relevant.