Yeah, Levi, that's precisely the kind of thing I hope to encourage -- bootleg (noncommercial) audio versions and the like.
I would be interested in recording them myself if I new anything about making decent quality recordings and access to the necessary equipment. I know that, for instance, my buddy and mentor Jim Kelly is posting free audio recordings of his stories -- I listened to "Bernardo's House" and it's great. Somebody donates him recording studio time, I think?
There is actually an audio recording of one story of mine, "Red Leather Tassels", on audible.com -- in "The Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine, July-August 2003".