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ABSTRACT. We have heard the warming planet’s calls for sustaining rhythms through many events. COVID-19 is one such song. We have returned home with our families to our places in a mandated ‘lockdown’. Competitive economics are troubled, and trouble our world with unsustaining patterns. An urgent, convergent conversation about how ‘we’ (writers entwining) might touch on sustenance more begins between our two families. The children amongst us want to thread into these convolutions too. pp. 65–81

Keywords: homeschooling; Anthropocene; response-ability; intraspecies familying; Spacetimemattering

doi:10.22381/KC82202010

Sarah Crinall
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Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
Edith Crinall Rowbottom
Independent scholar
Xanthia Patricia Mariana Blom
Independent scholar
Simone Miranda Blom
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Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia

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