Pirate Jenny was a science fiction fanzine by Pat Mueller Virzi.
Published in Duncanville, Texas, U.S.A., Pirate Jenny was released in the 1980s. it featured book and convention reviews, editorials, articles, and fan fiction, but mainly concentrated on episodes from Pat's life.
The first issue appeared in Spring 1988. It included the fan fiction story "Our 21st Century Writers" by Allen Varney.
Issue 2 appeared in August 1988, and was 32 pages. Issue 3 was released July 1989 and was 36 pages. Issue 4 came out in January 1990. It was 32 pages.
Contributors of writing included Scott A. Cupp, Fred Duarte, Jr., and Allen Varney, among others.
Cover art work was by Brad Foster (issue 3); and Peggy Ranson and Teddy Harvia (issue 4).
Contributions of interior art work were by Brad Foster, among others.
Pirate Jenny was nominated for the 1990 Hugo Award for Best Fanzine. Previously, Pat Mueller had published two issues of Awry in 1977, changing the title to Obliqiue with the third issue. She co-edited Fanthology 1986 with Dennis Virzi and Mike Glyer; she edited The Texas SF Inquirer, for which she won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1988. In the 2000s, Pat returned to self publishing with the title Pint-Size Stories.