all of these are names of famous writers:
Adela ... writer Adela Rogers St. John.
Afra ... The first female professional writer in England was named Aphra Behn (late 17th century)
Agatha ... Writer Agatha Christie.
Agnes ... writer Anaïs Nin ...
Alice ... writers Alice Walker, Alice Sebold ...
Anita ... writers Anita Loos, Anita Brookner.
Ann ... writer Ayn Rand ...
Antonia ... English writer Antonia Fraser.
Aphra ... Writer Aphra Behn (17th century). (My personal favorite!)
Barbara ... writer Barbara Tuchman ... nn: Barbie
Beatrice ... writer Beatriz Potter ...
Benita ... writer Benita Eisler.
Claire ... Writer Clare Booth Luce ...
Claudine ... made popular in the early 20th century as the name of the heroine of novels by French writer Colette.
Colleen ... writer Colleen McCullough.
Cora ... An invented name coined by American writer James Fenimore Cooper for the dark-haired heroine in "The Last of the Mohicans" (1826) ...
Doris ... writer Doris Lessing.
Dorothy ... Writers Dorothy Parker, Dorothy Sayers ...
Edith ... Writer Edith Wharton ...
Eluned ... Lunette is the form used by French writer Chrétien de Troyes. (an awesome name!)
I don't know your style, so I'll post everything. ^_^
Ceridwen -- poetry, white, fair
Dervla -- daughter of a poet
Devin -- poet, fawn, little dark one -- I prefer this on a boy, but it's unisex now
Hakumele -- poet
Edda -- song writer
Keela -- beauty that only poetry can capture
Adikavi -- first poet
Baird -- poet
Devin -- poet, fawn, little dark one
Eknath -- a poet
Kavi -- poet
Kirin -- one who praises, poet
Narsi -- poet
Riordan -- royal poet
Rordan -- small poet king
Makalani -- writer
Or there's the word names if you're into that (I like them in the middle):
And I like Quillon. It has a fighting meaning, but it has Quill in there. I like just Quill too.