I also graduated in May 2010 and passed my boards in July 2010, and received my license. I just now landed a job and start at the end of the month. So do not worry about the gap of time, because even those of us who have had our license have been having a difficult time finding a job due to the economy. Just try to be positive, and go into the interview selling yourself as a new grad who is willing to learn and really wants a job. I know for myself it was difficult to answer questions, because clinical experience seemed to be so long ago. Try to practice these interview questions ahead of time, so that you are prepared. I wouldn't lead with giving a long story about your license, if asked give a short simple statement and whatever you do do not lie. You will be fine, and just remember you have your license now and that is all that matters.