There are a number of microtonal theorists who can and will answer questions about musical issues and problems concerning the actual use of microtonal materials.
Joe Monzo maintains a website that you would probably find helpful. http://tonalsoft.com/enc/encyclopedia.aspx
You should check out the Xenharmonic Wiki at https://en.xen.wiki/w/Main_Page
Lots of information there, of all kinds.
There is a group on Facebook called the Xenharmonic Alliance that is full of helpful people. Among them find Paul Erlich, who is one of the primary architects of Regular Temperament Theory, and who has written extensively about the musical uses of 22 tone equal temperament, about the use of harmonic lattices to show harmonic structures in 7-limit tunings, and about regular temperaments. Paul is always very helpful to everyone interested in microtonal theory, from the rawest beginner to other very advanced thinkers in this realm.
Here are his three primary papers. Start with tFot, the Forms of Tonality paper, then read the decatonic paper, about 22 tET, then read Middle Path. Go to the Facebook groups and ask him questions. He can clarify questions which the paper will raise.
Another person who can be very interesting and enlightening to talk to, especially about medieval music, and neo-medieval music, is Margo Schulter. She also spends a lot of time on the Xenharmonic Alliance facebook groups.
Hope this is helpful.