One of the interviewers said she liked the story I sent them ("Monsoon Day"), so that's encouraging, at any rate. I looked them all up on their website/google afterwards, and they're all far more impressive than me, with Stegner fellowships and New Yorker publications and the like. I'm feeling out of my league.
At this point, it'd be really helpful to know whether it was a good interview or not -- even if they don't offer me the job. If I'm lucky, I'll have more interviews at MLA this winter -- it'd be nice to know what I did well or badly. I'm hoping they'll tell Robin about it, and then maybe he'll tell me.
After talking to them, I'm even more interested in the job. It'll be a few weeks before I find out whether they want me, though. (And whether they actually have a position for me, since it depends on student enrollment for next semester). It's just a one-semester position, but perhaps if they like me (and I like them), it might be renewed? Too soon to think about that. Hopefully, they'll make an offer, and I can worry about all that later.
I'm feeling a bit frenetic and fragmentary and over-excited right now -- I'm going to try to drink some tea and get some writing done. I'm now at a cafe, which may help. I don't have a lot of time to spare for writing today, because I promised to go to a staged reading of the Rasaka Theatre Company tonight. But a few hours would be good. We'll see.