Some people love how Jorge Luis Borges places the exact adjective before the ideal noun, while others prefer Julio Cortázar's pages full of corrections, more epic than perfect.
What's YOUR style when writing a story? What are your words? What are your structures? What are your themes or subjects?
We're going to work on paper. We are going to write improvised stories that won't be performed on stage. But don't worry, we're still going to celebrate the ephemeral nature of improv by destroying everything we wrote at the end of the class.