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Monika Zgustova

Monika Zgustova is an award-winning author whose works have been published in ten languages. She was born in Prague and studied comparative literature in the United States (University of Illinois and University of Chicago). She then moved to Barcelona, where she writes for El PaísThe Nation, and CounterPunch, among others. As a translator of Czech and Russian literature into Spanish and Catalan—including the writing of Havel, Kundera, Hrabal, Hašek, Dostoyevsky, Akhmatova, Tsvetaeva, and Babel—Zgustova is credited with bringing major twentieth-century writers to Spain.

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In conversation with Carrie Callaghan, Q&A, signing

Politics & Prose - In conversation with Carrie Callaghan, Q&A, signing

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Princeton Public Library - Talk, Q&A, signing - Books for sale by Labyrinth Books

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Panel: Intimate Hardships: Women in War and Imprisonment, signing

Virginia Festival of the Book - Panel: Intimate Hardships: Women in War and Imprisonment, signing

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Talk, Q&A, signing

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Talk, Q&A, signing

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New York, NY