"The Hospice" is a favorite of mine, too. My reading of Aickman is spotty at best, a story here and there. I started Dark Entries
a while back, but the allusiveness of his stories tends to put me off; even when I like or admire the story, one or two make a rich meal and I'm slow to ask for more.
Like you, Dask, I've started reading for October. I finished European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman
by Theodora Goss, sequel to The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter
, neither of which is really horror but each plays with the tropes of horror, and various characters from and story-telling conventions of 19th century Gothic literature. Both are fun slightly irreverent romps interrogating the uses to which young women were put in 19th century fiction.
Now I'm into
Nesbit was better known for her children's stories, but wrote several ghost stories, all of them entertaining so far, and one, "The Three Drugs," which strikes me as an early example of "weird" fiction.
Next up, I think this one,
At least, that's my thinking now. I might yet change my mind.