• With Vaclav Havel, writer and president of the Czech Republic, and Jiří Dienstbier, minister of foreign affairs. 
  • With Amy Scholder, publisher of the Feminist Press, and Antonio Muñoz Molina, writer, after a reading of Zgustova's books at Instituto Cervantes, New York.
  • In Paris, with journalist Jean Daniel, wife Michelle and Florence Malraux, actrice and daughter of novelist André Malraux.
  • At Harvard, with James Wood, literary critic of The New Yorker, writer Claire Messud and Judith Gurewich, publisher of Other Press.
  • With poet Josep Palau i Fabre on his 90th birthday.
  • In Prague, with her Czech publishing team, Odeon.
  • With singer Paco Ibáñez and his wife Julia, painter Frederic Amat and publisher Joan Tarrida, in Sitges.
  • Sightseeing in Barcelona, with American writer Marilynne Robinson.
  • After her reading at Libreria Gandhi of Mexico City, Mexican writers accompanied her to dinner. On her right and left, Paola Tinoco and Hector Orestes Aguilar.
  • At a book launch in Barcelona with writer Ignacio Martínez de Pisón.
  • After dinner at NY Kitchenette, publisher Amy Scholder of The Feminist Press and Monika sign the agreement for the publication of The Silent Woman, a novel.
  • With writer Norman Manea and Cella in a New York restaurant.
  • With her American publishing team, Other Press, at their office in New York City’s 5th Avenue.
  • With her American publisher Judith Gurewich (Other Press) working on the final version of Dressed for a Dance in the Snow. 
  • Philosopher and historian Tzvetan Todorov with Zgustova in 2014.
  • Economist Joseph Stieglitz, Nobel Prize Winner, at dinner with Zgustova in 2016.
  • With Indian writer Arundhati Roy in 2017.
  • With political activist Angela Davis in NYC, 2015
  • With Chilean writer Carlos Franz in Santiago de Chile, 2015.
  • In Prague, visiting Bohumil Hrabal's neighborhood with writer Radka Denemarkova (2019).
  • Dinner with literary Madrid: writers Antonio Soler, Diego Doncel, Luis Mateo Diez and Manuel Longares, critic Mercedes Monmany, publisher Joan Tarrida and agent Raquel de la Concha.