Thomas Lowe Fleischner's articles and essays on topics pertinent to western ecology have been widely published in journals such as Conservation Biology and in books including The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management.
"Fleischner's book on the Escalante Canyons may have been produced by a conservation biologist, but it is written from the gut.... baiting our appetites for wilderness--and wildness--by offering us tastes of an extraordinary place.... Scientists, aesthetes, and red rock desert rats alike, rejoice! Singing Stone is both history and science, as well as an intimate encounter with a wild desert land."--Wild Earth magazine "Value-laden, sincere, and close to the ground."--The Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona "Well-organized, beautifully written, and thoroughly documented."--CHOICE "This book is a good source of the history of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the changes it has seen over the centuries. It is structured not as a reference book, but as a guide to be read in a leisurely fashion, cover-to-cover. Fleischner does a wonderful job illustrating the delicate balance between nature and culture."--Utah Archaeology "Reading this book is like taking a tour with an expert guide."--Idaho Librarian "The reader is swiftly snapped to attention, engaged by clear, passionate writing. Fleischner guides readers on a celebration of this region's enigmas, while informing on a breadth of topics comprising the landscapes complexity."--Colorado Plateau Advocate, magazine of the Grand Canyon Trust "[Fleischner's] book is not only informative and entertaining, but offers a lens through which we can examine the future of this region of Utah."--Orion "Value-laden, sincere, and close to the ground."" The Daily Courier," Prescott, Arizona " "Value-laden, sincere, and close to the ground.""--The Daily Courier", Prescott, Arizona