Gina Ellis Clarke
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(???? – )
Georgina "Gina" Ellis Clarke was a Calgary, Canada, fanzine editor and fan artist who was active in the late 1950s and early ’60s. She was active in FAPA into the ’70s, at least. She was a founding member of Lilapa and belonged to A Women's Apa.
She married fellow fan Norm Clarke in 1965 and lived in Quebec and then Ottawa. She was also known as "Dutch" Ellis and later called the "Duchess of Canadian Fandom."
- Descant [1950s–70s] (with Norm Clarke for FAPA)
- Honque [1960s] (with Norm Clarke)
- Mimeomania [1950s]
- Mimi [1950s]
- Queebshots [1963–67] (with Norm Clarke and Boyd Raeburn)
- Wendigo [1950s]
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1979 — WisCon 3
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