Billy Mills (b. 1954 in Dublin) is an Irish poet who lives with his family near Limerick. He spent three years teaching in Barcelona in the 1980s, followed by another teaching stint in Eastbourne, in the south of England, but settled again in Ireland in the early 1990s. He has edited the occasional magazine The Journal and the small press hardPressed Poetry, both of which he founded with his wife, poet Catherine Walsh, and has published several small-press volumes, including Letters from Barcelona (Dedalus, 1990), Properties of Stone (Writers Forum, London 1996), A Small Book of Songs (Wild Honey, 1999) and What is a Mountain? (hardPressed Poetry, 2000).