Georgina Ellis, also known as Gina Ellis and Gina Clarke, is a fanzine editor and artist from Canada.
Georgina Ellis began publishing fanzines and producing fan art in the late 1950s in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
One of her early fanzines was called Mimi, published in the early 1950s as a member of Canadian Amateur Fan Publishers. It included an article by Harry Calneck, and her won on-stencil artwork. In 1955 she began publishing Wendigo.
Harry Warner, Jr., writing about the 1950s, said; "In Calgary, the most notable fan was Georgina Clarke, famous far and wide for her fanzines".
She was known as the "Dutch Ellis" at this time. In 1965 she married Norm Clarke, and together they moved to Aylmer, Quebec, where they began to release fanzines together, such as Honque, and Queebshots with co-editor Boyd Raeburn, a series of unrelated one shots unified by the title alone. They both remained active in the Fantasy Amateur Press Association into the 1970s, releasing their zine Descant up until that time. She, her husband and Boyd Raeburn were also members of the APA, Lilapa.
Gina Ellis began writing for Terry Carr's Lighthouse, in whose pages she was referred to as the "Duchess of Canadian Fandom". In the mid 1970s, Susan Wood concocted a mock feud in the pages of Energumen when she decided to usurp Gina's title and elevated Gina to "Grand Duchess". She had met Boyd Raeburn who told her he didn't know where Gina had got the nickname, but assured Susan that Gina wouldn't mind. Susan later paid homage to Raeburn, Ellis and Clark's Queebshots, by releasing a Queebshot of her own.
During the time she was married, Georgina used the name 'Gina Clarke' but after Norm Clark died she resumed using her original name.
In February of 1979, Gina Ellis was scheduled to be a guest at the convention Wiscon 3.