Mary F. Dominiak can find and deliver the compelling story in any copy with warmth, authority, and humor.
A bard with a flexible, powerful, and engaging voice, Mary Dominiak is an accomplished and experienced storyteller.
A varied life experience has provided Mary with an extensive technical vocabulary, including complex terminology.
Mary is also a voice of the Smithsonian, a volunteer in the Accessibility Program recording in the Smithsonian's studio.
A heartwarming, thought-provoking compilation of more than 40 true stories that address the cruelty of animal neglect and abuse and the joy rescued dogs bring to their new homes.Read More
A pun-filled tale featuring Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice characters with some added or addled, missing or missish, modified or mortified, healthier, wealthier, or wiser.Read More
Mary is an excellent and versatile voice talent who distinguishes herself as an audio book narrator and subject matter expert for all technical narrations. Highly recommended.
From The Blog
I’ve never attended a Presidential inauguration, and I won’t start now. Closest I ever came was Obama in 2009, because – what a glorious historical moment! But my distaste for being in large crowds, plus knowing I would have a much better and more comfortable vantage point from my living room television, meant that I stayed home and watched....
I resent the Second Amendment. No, let me clarify that: I resent how the Second Amendment has been interpreted by courts and other entities. Especially the political right. Here is the Second Amendment, in its entirety: “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms...
I‘m lucky. I’m really incredibly lucky. I was born white in the United States in 1956 to extraordinary parents. The economic middle class was growing, and Mom and Dad – who both had high school educations – planned and saved to be able to send their three daughters to college, determined to give us more opportunities than they had....
Today amidst tears I celebrate the life of Leonard Nimoy: a lovely, gentle, funny, sweet man who was an actor, a writer, a poet, and much more. I had the pleasure of meeting him several times many years ago. I’d like to share those unusual memories, because they’re not what you’d expect. Nimoy is best known for his television...