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Catriona Mills holds degrees from Macquarie University and The University of Queensland. Her Ph.D. dissertation employed Eliza Winstanley's writing career as a case study for the better understanding of the production and consumption of mid-Victorian penny weeklies. She has published on adaptations of penny-weekly serials to the English suburban stage, authorship attribution in Australian nineteenth-century periodicals, and Doctor Who.

Dr Mills has taught academic and professional communication at The University of Queensland. She began work with AustLit in 2010.

Dr Mills researched and compiled The Writer in Television History in 2013 (under the 2012 AFI Research Collection (AFIRC) Research Fellowship), Australians and Adaptations (1900-2014) (funded by an supported by Australian Research Council Discovery Grant, and on behalf of Professor Tom O'Regan) in 2015, Diversity in Australian Speculative Fiction : A Bibliographical Exhibition in 2016, and (in collaboration with Geoffrey Hondroudakis) Beyond Goggles and Corsets: Australian Steampunk in 2017.

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