Alamo Literary Arts Maintenance Organization (ALAMO) is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation incorporated under the laws of Texas, registered with the state of Texas and is recognized by the IRS as a charity, a 509(a)(2) organization, donations to which may be tax deductible. The corporation is operated exclusively for literary purposes pertaining to Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror in its various forms and is organized for the purposes of promoting the understanding and appreciation of the literary fields of fantasy, science fiction and horror, and to provide a forum for the free discussion of the ideas and concepts associated with these literary fields. It engages in no political campaign activities or lobbying activities, makes no political expenditures, direct or indirect, does not operate a school, does not transfer money to any non-charitable related organization and has no compensated employees. No officer or director of the corporation is compensated. It does not maintain any donor advised funds. There is no related organization which is a controlled entity of the Corporation. At no time has ALAMO been a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction. It has no interest in, and no signature or other authority over a financial account in a foreign country and at no time has it maintained any office outside the US.
Corporate Mailing Address
PO BOX 27277
Austin, TX 78755-2277
The directors of the corporation
The officers of the corporation
President – Kimm Antell
Vice President – Tim Miller
Secretary – Clif Davis
Treasurer – William (Bill) Parker
Communication – Karen Meschke
12917 Candlestick Pl
Austin, TX 78727-4403
To establish appropriate branding, the Corporation does business under various names other than Austin Literary Arts Maintenance Organization and maintains DBAs for that purpose. However, some of these DBAs are maintained for historical reasons to protect against confusing use by others within our service area and are not in current use.
The corporation maintains the following DBAs:
Lone Star Con II
Lone Star Con III
Texas in 2013
Major Program Service Accomplishments for 2010
This organization spent 2010 promoting the possibility of bringing a World Science Fiction convention to Texas in the year 2013. To accomplish this, members of the organization attended most of the Texas conventions as well as a number
of national conventions to promote this bid.
This organization also maintains an email list for Texas Science Fiction convention runners to share various ideas on way to improve their conventions.
This organization provided a total of $300 in educational grants enabling representatives of different Texas conventions and conferences to take part in SMOFcon 2010.
Finances for 2010
Program Service Income $ 17,525.13
Donations From Directors or Officers $ 600.00
Interest – Certificate of Deposit $ 281.23
Total Income $18,406.36
Program Service Expenses $ 10,878.33
Post Office Box Fee $ 96.00
Corporate Operating Expenses $ 192.96
Grants $ 300.00
Secretary of State – Name Change Fee $ 31.15
Total Expenses $11,498.44
Excess for 2010 -- $6907.92
Beginning Assets for 2010 -- $23,947.62
End of Year Assets for 2010 -- $30,855.54
Special note - As an organization whose gross receipts normally do not exceeded $50,000.00 we are not required to file a form 990. The figures are shown here in close approximation to the way they would be entered into a 990EZ form if we were required to file one.
All information on this web page is a matter of public record and is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, accurate and correct.