The King of Elfland's Daughter has been public domain for three days and someone has already recorded a LibriVox audiobook of it. I mean. I don't exactly blame them.
Public domain audiobook service LibriVox recently had its 12th anniversary, and their latest community podcast includes a moving retrospective from commonsparrow3 (a.k.a. Maria Kaspar) about the impact LibriVox had on her late father in his last days. It's a must-listen, but keep your hanky handy.
Shameless plug: I contributed the cover for the first book excerpted, Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, vol. 1.