Literary Liberation

Literary Liberation Has A New Home!

Literary Liberation (or LitLib for short) is a private membership creative community and an extension of the work happening here at Raising Mothers. Our resource hub is hosted on Substack and paid members also gain access to our private WhatsApp community. Membership is $12/month or $120/year to provide financial accessibility to more people.

Literary Liberation is a community of artists, writers, and activists across multiple creative concentrations working towards our collective liberation.

Read more from our About page.

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Sherisa de Groot (she/her) is a writer, community builder, and founder of Raising Mothers, literary membership community Literary Liberation, and pens A Home Within Myself. Her work has been featured in a variety of publications, including Kindred by Parents, Refinery 29, Mutha Magazine, and Oldster Magazine and she was a contributor to the book ‘100 Diverse Voices on Parenthood’ by A Kid’s Company About. With a focus on intersectionality and social justice, de Groot’s writing explores the nuances of motherhood and the experiences of BIPOC mothers and marginalized genders. Through her work, she aims to amplify the voices of those who have been historically silenced and create a more equitable world for all. Raising Mothers was the 2021 Romper People’s Choice Iris Award Winner. Originally from Brooklyn New York, she is a first-generation American turned immigrant living in Amsterdam, NL with her husband, two children, and cat.