I'm applying to my MA institution to teach Freshman composition full-time (which I have been doing part-time during my stay here), and that will at least keep me within the academy. In addition to that, I plan on going to as many conferences as possible and hoping to get another reputable publication before the next application round deadline. Considering your areas of interest, how committed to English programs are you? Duke's Literature program is stellar and Brown's Modern Media and Culture program equally so. There are a lot of inter-disciplinary programs out there (including Cultural Studies programs) that obviously do not require the English subject test and would seemingly be able to facilitate your areas of interest--especially if you're centrally invested in theory and cultural practice. Good luck to you next time around!