Bio: Anna Liechty is a retired English teacher who lives and writes in Northern Indiana. She is recovering from the loss of her husband Ron and the year and a half of care-giving that followed his life-altering stroke. She improvises ways to make life meaningful despite unexpected challenges. But that's a work-in-progress.

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  1. Mrs. Liechty,

    I am so happy that I found this page. I was a student of yours back in 2004-6. I took your creative writing class and you were also my English teacher. I have thought of you often since graduating. Sometimes when writing I wish I could ask your advice like we did back in class. I have always admired you. You were a great inspiration. You helped guide me through some hard times as a teenager. I have never forgotten that. I would love to hear from you. I can’t wait to read your writing here.

    Misty Humes
    Class of 2006


    • Misty! How nice to hear from you! I haven’t been faithful to write on this blog this last year while my life underwent a major overhaul. But I am hopeful to get my writing muse back in the harness again soon. I am so glad to hear you are still writing! All writers feel questions rise up when they create. And it’s good sometimes for us to struggle with those questions without having someone to help us too quickly. Apparently, the Universe has determined it’s a good time for us to reconnect. The mutual support we all experienced in CRT WRT class is a fond memory of mine, as well. I would teach that class again for free!

      Thanks, Misty, for the kind words. One of my major life changes is that I have taken back my maiden name – so I’m Anna Bach again. I planned to write about that here. Guess I should get that done! Meanwhile, you can still email me directly at annaliechty@gmail.com. Let me hear where life is taking you these days.

      Mrs. L.


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