User talk:Mark 4
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The ISFDB is specifically dedicated to collecting and dispalying information about works of written speculatative fiction. it is not clear to me whether any of George Tsisetski's works could be called "speculatative fiction", but it is clear that none of the ones listed were written. Therefore it appears that he is out-of-scope for the ISFDB. If this gentleman has in fact written works of speculatative fiction, they can be entered in our database. See the links above and Help:Getting Started for more information on how to enter such works.
Also, it appears that the page you posted was a direct copy, unattributed, of his wikipedia article. Such a copy violates the license on Wikipedia content, and the policies of the ISFDB, which has a notice "DO NOT SUBMIT COPYRIGHTED WORK WITHOUT PERMISSION!" on every edit page.