The idea of the general reference close reason is that we don't need to duplicate well-known databases of facts such as Wikipedia or IMDB. In an earlier meta thread, we determined that three standard Internet reference sites are Wikipedia, IMDB and ISFDB, and that we consider these sites to be well-known and reliable enough that we don't need to duplicate their content.
Wikipedia and IMDB are certainly well-known, but ISFDB less so. Still, this doesn't preclude closing ISFDB lookup questions as GR, as long as we indicate where to find the information in a comment. After all, the point of GR is not to duplicate easily accessible information (such as “Which collection contains this short story?”), and ISFDB is easily accessible once you've heard of it.
Now what about this question? It was slightly more that “which collection contains this short story”, since there are 4 short stories with the same title. A simple Google search finds which one it is, though, so I don't see that much point in having the question on the site. If the asker had known about ISFDB, he would probably have been able to determine which story he was remembering — maybe the author name alone would have rung a bell. (Roger, what do you think?)
I closed the question as GR and gave the easily-found answer in a comment, but I don't necessarily think this should be a policy in such cases. Thoughts?