Screenwriter, author and weapons dealer Michael Zomber has written a number of fiction and non-fiction books about the Japanese culture and Civil War.
Zomber has one of the largest caches of antique weapons in the world. He owns a number of Japanese Samurai swords, pistols and others weaponry. He can also be seen on The History Channel series Tales of the Gun. Zomber’s extensive expertise on guns is profiled on the episodes Guns of the Famous, Guns of the Orient, Dueling Pistols, Shotguns and Million Dollar Guns.
After a stint as a professor and freelance writer, he soon began writing his own critically-acclaimed novels. His published works include Sweet Betsy That’s Me, Shogun Iemitsu: A Tale of Love in 17th Century Japan, Son of Kentucky and Soul Of The Samurai. Zomber is now writing screenplays for his production studio Renascent.
As a philanthropist, Zomber has partnered with a number of charitable organizations including Disabled Vets of America, Operation Smile, Doctors Without Borders and UNICEF.
Zomber lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and two children, as written on his Facebook.