Quercus Publishing plc
LSE : QUPP

June 25, 2013 02:00 ET

Director's Interest

                                                                                               25 June 2013
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                                          Quercus Publishing Plc
                                       ("Quercus" or the "Company")
                                                     
                                            Director's Interest
                                                     
Quercus  Publishing Plc, the award-winning independent publisher in the digital, trade, contract, paperback
and  children's  sectors, announces that on 21st June 2013, David Potter, Chairman of the  Company,  bought
7,987  ordinary  shares  of 0.8p each in the Company at a price of 68.68 pence  per  share  pursuant  to  a
dividend re-investment scheme.

As  a  result  of this transaction, David Potter is now interested in 360,257 ordinary shares  representing
1.75% of the Company's issued share capital.

In  aggregate, the Directors are now interested in 3,921,363 ordinary shares, representing 19.08% per  cent
of the Company's issued share capital of 20,553,607 ordinary shares.

The Directors of Quercus Publishing Plc accept responsibility for this announcement.


Enquiries to:

QUERCUS PUBLISHING PLC
Mark Smith, Chief Executive                                                             Tel: 020 7291 7200

PETERHOUSE CORPORATE FINANCE LIMITED
Mark Anwyl and Duncan Vasey                                                             Tel: 020 7220 9796

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