JUSTER, Norton. American, b. 1929. Genres: Children's fiction, Women's studies and issues, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Architecture, Children's nonfiction, Picture/board books, Humor/Satire. Career: Architect, Juster and Gugliotta, New York, 1960-68; Adjunct Professor, Pratt Institute, NYC, 1960-70; Architect, Juster-Pope-Frazier Assocs., Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, 1969-95, retired; Emeritus Professor of Design, Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts. Publications: The Phantom Tollbooth, 1961; The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics, 1963; Alberic the Wise and Other Journeys, 1965; Stark Naked: A Paranomastic Odyssey, 1969; So Sweet to Labor: Rural Women in America 1865-1895, 1980; Otter Nonsense, 1982; As: A Surfeit of Similes, 1989; A Woman's Place: Yesterday's Women in Rural America, 1996; Alberic the Wise, 1992; Picture Book Studio, As Silly as Knees, as Busy as Bees, 1998; Beech Tree; The Phantom Tollbooth (opera), 1995. Address: 259 Lincoln Ave, Amherst, MA 01002, U.S.A.