• Signing her book Dressed for a Dance in the Snow at Shakespeare & Co., NYC Lexington Avenue, February 2020.
  • With writer Carrie Callaghan at Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington DC, after her reading of Dressed for a Dance in the Snow, March 2020.
  • At the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington DC, with a bookseller, signing books before her reading of Dressed for a Dance in the Snow. March 2020.
  • Receiving the Amat-Piniella Award for the best book of the year.
  • Speech after receiving the Amat-Piniella Award for the best book of year.
  • Poetry recital with actor Jordi Boixaderas. International Festival of Poetry, Barcelona.
  • An event at Barcelona CCCB (Center of Contemporary Culture) with Russian historian and author Vitali Shentalinski and translator Ricardo San Vicente.
  • For two decades, Monika Zgustova has been part of a translation jury of a Tarragona City Hall Literary Award. One of the meetings with translators Josep Murgadas, Joaquim Mallafré, Jaume Medina and Joan Caballé.
  • With a group of American students after her Master Class in Creative Writing, organized by Barcelona Ateneu.
  • Signing her books at the Madrid Book Fair.
  • At Hay Festival Segovia, talking to actress Julie Christie after her recital.
  • Receiving the Calamo Literary Award for the Best Book of the Year 2017. With journalist Anton Castro and her publisher, Joan Tarrida of Galaxia Gutenberg.
  • At the New York Public Library, she participated in a panel discussion speaking about Women and War. As an example she took the Libanese artist Mouna Hatoum.
  • Reading The Silent Woman in one of the oldest bookstores in NYC, McNally Jackson.
  • Receiving the Gratias Agit Award from the minister of foreign affairs of the Czech Republic, Cyril Svoboda, in Prague, 2004. 
  • The Cervantes Institute, Prague, Czech Republic, dedicated an evening to Zgustova's books, 2016.
  • During her stay in Santiago de Chile, the Ambassador of the Czech Republic invited Zgustova to give a lecture. 2015.
  • Panel discussion at Toronto Festival of Authors, 2019.
  • Reading at the Guadalajara International Book Fair, Mexico 2019.
  • At the University of Tbilisi, Georgia, where she was invited to deliver a cycle of lectures (2019).
  • In Barcelona Economy Cercle after a panel discussion about Prague Spring with economist Antón Costas, philosopher Josep Ramoneda and essayist José María Lasalle (2018).
  • Book event with Vinyet Panyella who delivered a lecture about Zgustova's literary work, Sitges 2019.