The Big Lie: On Terror, Anti-Semitism, and Identity (2007) was published by Lester, Mason, and Begg / Random House. It analyzes the forces and complexities behind the 9/11 attacks, and the conflict between the Judeo-Christian basis of western civilization and Islamic barbarism.
Global Warning: Trials of an Unsettled Science (2012) was published by Freedom Press Canada. It examines the actual science as well as the scientific, political, and economic disinformation and misnformation surrounding the myth of global warming and climate change.
Hear, O Israel! (2009) was published by Mantua Books. It is a collection of essays on Israeli and Jewish themes, examining the political situation in the Middle East and analyzing the gradients of anti-Semitism and the complexities of Jewish self-perception.
Lying About the Wolf (1997) was published by McGill-Queen's University Press. It is a follow-up to Solway's ground-breaking Education Lost (OISE, 1989) focusing on how the philosophy of education has gone disastrously wrong in the contemporary west.
Saracen Island (1998) was published by Signal Editions. In this volume of poetry, which became an international sensation, Solway assumes the alter ego of a fictitious Greek poet by the name of Andreas Karavis.
Chess Pieces (1999) was published by McGill-Queen's University Press. This poetry book is based on the metaphor of chess. "They are true poems, and their play releases powerful forces" (The Atlantic Monthly).
Franklin's Passage (2003) was published by McGill-Queen's University Press. This poetry volume won the prestigious Grand Prix du Livre de Montréal and was subsequently translated into French.
Habibi (2012) was published by Guernica Editions. This poetry collection features another Solway persona, the imaginary Arab poet Alim Maghrebi.