This New York Times review of AWKWARD follows a narrative arc that is familiar to awkward people. At first, awkward people can come across as a bit dull, fixated on seemingly mundane details or facts. But as awkward people gain an earnest momentum, they start to show the useful things they can contribute and the chorus of these contributions can eventually take on a resonant quality. With a little bit of luck, others see that people’s awkwardness can actually be a virtue, that there can be something strangely charming and valuable that arises from our inadvertent quirks. Read the article here.