...'being published’ is not the same as being a real writer.
But I quite like the way you can talk about science without necessarily using mathematics, but using metaphors instead.
Real life is physical. Give me books instead. Give me the invisibility of the contents of books, the thoughts, the ideas, the images. Let me become part of a book. . . . an intertextual being: a book cyborg, or, considering that books aren't cybernetic, perhaps a bibliorg.
My novels are high concept. I guess big ideas interest me more than, say, the minutiae of domestic life.