Pat Virzi

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SF fan Pat Virzi (née Mueller) is a Texas fanzine fan and conrunner. She is probably best known for publishing fanzines, including Pirate Jenny, Awry/Oblique, Jongleur, Pint-Size Stories, and the Texas SF Inquirer. She edited Cactus Clipper, the daily convention newsletter for the 1987 Westercon. She was elected Past President of FWA in 2006.

She was heavily involved in Iggy, the 1978 Worldcon, and wound up doing a large part of the post-con tasks after the rest of the committee moved out of Phoenix. She was also in charge of a big part of the pre-con work at LoneStarCon, the 1985 NASFiC. She was on the committees for Corflu 4 and Corflu Quire.

Formerly a Michifan, she lived in Annie Hall in the 1970s.

She is married to fellow fan Dennis Virzi; they have a daughter, Madeline.

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