(August 21, 1906 – October 1974)
Alma Hill, a fan who was active in the Boston area as early as the ’40s, was a member of the Boston Science Fiction Society, where she was remembered as having been bossy. In 1956, she founded the The Science & Fiction Critics Club in Boston, but it is unclear if it ever actually launched.
She was clearly both important and controversial. As an example, eyewitness reports say that at the banquet, Boskone 1 gave her a oguH Award for "distinguished service to science fiction in the New England region", yet years later this was remembered as a crashed, spray-painted rocketship presented to "the person who had done the most to Boston Fandom during the past year."
With the demise of the BoSFS, she dropped out of local fandom, but remained very active in the N3F, winning the Kaymar Award in 1967. She served on the N3F Directorate in 1961, and tried to impeach Al Lewis in 1963.
She actively corresponded with other fans and regularly contributed items to the Harvard College Science Fiction Collection.
- Interplanetary Exploration Society
- Logic at Work
- Rover (with Art Hayes)
- Snorkel (for N'APA)
- Sorcerer's Apprentice
- Wordshop 
- Writers' Exchange
- Zeta Zny Z [early 60s]
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