The Patrick Stewart Network
|Name:||The Patrick Stewart Network ("PSN")|
|Country based in:||out of Riverside, California|
|Focus:||Star Trek: TNG/Patrick Stewart|
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The Patrick Stewart Network was a Patrick Stewart fan club. It was an "officially sanctioned" club.
A similar club was The International Audience Alliance for Patrick Stewart.
The flyer includes early computer literacy awareness and asks for one's CompuServe, AOL, "Internet," as well as phone number.
AboutFrom a 1995-96 flyer:
Change that channel! Tune in to the Patrick Stewart Network. If you are interested in Patrick Stewart's career, then this is the club for you! Members are encouraged to participate in club activities — contribute articles, letters, photos or artwork to the PSN's newsletter, Coach's Club House. Help out at club get-togethers or even have a club table at conventions. Or you can volunteer for anything else fun and exciting!
Being A Member Of The PSN Entitles You To:
1995-1996 Rates Are: U.S. and Canada: $25 Great Britain and Europe: $30 Australia and Japan: $35
- A color photo of Patrick Stewart
- A club directory with a listing of all members, worldwide
- Four issues of the Coach's Club House, a high-quality magazine filled with reviews of Mr. Stewart's convention appearances and his stage, film and television work: letters of comment, fiction, poetry, and zine reviews, original artwork and many wonderful photos of our favorite actor.