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Being a big fan of Roger Zelazny's work I'd love to hear how he sounded. I've spent some time searching but didn't manage to find anything. Would a question "Is there any recording of Roger Zelazny's voice available on the Internet" or "Where can I find any recording of Roger Zelazny's voice on the Internet?" a valid question for this SE site?

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    Yes. Its perfectly reasonable. Ask it. – Valorum Jan 10 '15 at 12:58
  • youtube.com/watch?v=TRQ4wKLfYbc – Valorum Jan 10 '15 at 13:01
  • @Richar: sweet, but "This video contains content from SME, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds." :( – Maurycy Jan 10 '15 at 13:22
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    If you're outside the US might I suggest you install Hola for Chrome or Hola for Firefox allowing you to view it from any location. – Valorum Jan 10 '15 at 14:07
  • @MaurycyZarzycki Don't forget, that across entire Stack Echange network, questions titles in question form are less encouraged than titles in sentence form. So, rather "Recording of Roger Zelazny's voice available on the Internet" (without "Is there" or "Where can I find" etc.). – trejder Jan 19 '15 at 12:03
  • @trejder Can you reference this? From what I see they are pretty much as popular and I can't recall any discussion about it from the top of my head. – Maurycy Jan 19 '15 at 22:01
  • @MaurycyZarzycki Nope. Same here. I just have this in my head, that I heard this somewhere in SE. I'm following this rule, editing questions, I find to non-question form and on every SE site, where I don't have enough rep, so my edit must be peer-reviewed, I've never got any edit rejected or any comment, that I shouldn't do this. So, for me this is an unspoken rule. Unfortunately, I can't provide any credit for it and I might be wrong as well. – trejder Jan 20 '15 at 10:24
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Seems like a reasonable question to me. It's answerable and it's about SF.

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    Seconded. There's no reason (within reason) why you can't ask a question about the author of a science fiction series – Valorum Jan 10 '15 at 14:08

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