Mills, Catriona (2013). The Doctor is in (the antipodes): Doctor Who short fiction and Australian national identity. In Lindy Orthia (Ed.), Doctor Who and race: an anthology (pp. 213-230) Fishponds, Bristol, UK: Intellect.
Mills, Catriona (2013) "Such a Dazzling Display of Lustrous Legerdemain": representing Victorian theatricality in Doctor Who. Journal of Neo-Victorian Studies, 6 1: 148-179.
Cleary, Jim and Mills, Catriona (2010) "Ariel" and Australian nineteenth-century serial fiction : A case of mistaken attribution. Script and Print, 34 3: 162-174.
Mills, Catriona (2009) Adapting the familiar: The penny-weekly serials of Eliza Winstanley on stage in suburban theatres. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 36 1: 37-60.
Catriona Mills (2008). Women at Work on Page and Stage: The Work of Eliza Winstanley PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.
Mills, Catriona (2004). Infamous imaginings : the novels of Lady Caroline Lamb MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.