NO chance whatsoever. You have no qualifications for any employment visa in the US. No shortage of Americans with degrees - including PhDs - in English Literature, etc. So even with a bachelor's degree you will NOT work in English, editorial jobs, newspaper reporting, teaching, etc. None of those occupations have any shortage of highly qualified & experienced Americans, just a serious shortage of jobs for them.
There is an employment visa for short-term seasonal work, e.g. for resorts. E.g. ski resorts prefer world & Olympic champion skiers with experience as instructors, ski patrol, etc. Other jobs, such as waiter, bartender, hotel housekeeping staff, etc, typically don't earn enough to cover their housing & other costs. But if you have experience suited to such temporary, seasonal resort work, this would be your only option. Don't expect such work to last more than 6 months, and it can end up being much shorter in a "bad season," e.g. not enough snow for a ski resort.