Pato Lógico is an editorial animal that makes books with legs to walk, wings to fly and ideas to flip.

Catarina Sobral

 Author of Empty, from the collection Imagens that count, a White Ravens 2014.

Vera Alves

She wrote the book Caretos e Coretos. Tradições Populares em Portugal, published by Imprensa Nacional and Museu Casa da Moeda, with editorial coordination and design by Pato Lógico.

Carolina Celas

She illustrated Caretos e Coretos. Tradições Populares de Portugal, a book published by Imprensa Nacional and Museu Casa da Moeda, with editorial coordination and design by Pato Lógico.

Nicolau

Illustrator of the biography António Lobo Antunes, the love for beautiful things (or at least the ones I consider beautiful), of the Great Portuguese Lives collection.

Jorge Reis-Sá

He wrote António Lobo Antunes, the love for beautiful things (or at least the ones I consider beautiful), of the Great Portuguese Lives collection, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.

Andrés Sandoval

The illustrator and graphic artist is the author of São Paulo, the newest title from the collection My City.

Manuel Marsol

Madrilian illustrator, author of Madrid, from the collection Images that count.

Ana Seixas

Illustrator and designer, Ana Seixas is the author of Viseu, from the collection My city.

Jaime Ferraz

Jaime is an illustrator and graphic designer. He has taught judo, interned at Pato Lógico and worked in a print shop. Machine is his first book published. 

João Maio Pinto

Author of the illustrations of José Saramago, Man-River, title of the collection Great Portuguese Lives, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.

Luís Almeida Martins

Journalist, writer, translator and screenwriter, he is, at Pato Lógico, the author of Alexandre Serpa Pinto, the lost Africa dreamer, of the collection Great Portuguese Lives.

Filipe Abranches

He is an illustrator and illustration professor, who illustrated Alexandre Serpa Pinto, the lost Africa dreamer, of the collection Great Portuguese Lives, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.

Inês Fonseca Santos

Writer and journalist, Inês is the text author of José Saramago, Man-River, of the collection Great Portuguese Lives, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.

Teresa Cortez

Auhtor of Hurly-burly, from the collection Images that count.

António Torrado

Author of Azeredo Perdigão, a happy meeting, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.

José Fanha

Author of Alfredo Keil, our country first, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.

Carla Maia de Almeida

Author of Ana de Castro Osório, the woman that voted in literature, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, and Mind the medication and Diabetes' islands, from Healthy generation.

Alex Gozblau

Illustrated Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a man of courage, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.

Susa Monteiro

Illustrated Azeredo Perdigão. A Happy Meeting, from the collection Great Portuguese Lives, and is the author of Beja, from the collection My City.

João Fazenda

Illustrated Fernando Pessoa, the boy that was many poets, Mind the medication and Diabetes' island, and is the author of Dance, from the collection Images that count.

António Jorge Gonçalves

Illustrated Salgueiro Maia, the man in the freedom tank, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, and is the author of Whale's Belly, I Want My Head! and So Grown Up. 

Susana Carvalhinhos

Illustrated Alfredo Keil, our country first, with text of José Fanha, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM. 

Afonso Cruz

Author of Capital, Portuguese Illustration Prize, published in 2014, from the collection Images that count.

Tiago Albuquerque

Illustrated Almada Negreiros, long live Almada, Pim!, with text by José Jorge Letria, a co-edition Pato Lógico/IN-CM.

Nuno Saraiva

Illustrated Aníbal Milhais, the hero named Milhões, with text by José Jorge Letria, a co-edition Pato Lógico/IN-CM.

Marta Monteiro

Author of Shadows, from the collection Images that count.

José Jorge Letria

He is the author of Going to the match, Strambolics, Face to face, If I were a book and many biographies of the collection Great Portuguese Lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico / INCM.

André Letria

Has illustrated Going to the match, Strambolics, Face to face, Destiny, Nuissance, Autumn, Departure, Sea and Theatre.

André da Loba

He is the author of Animalia, from the collection Images that count.