Michael Zomber is an enthusiastic historian who is somewhat ironically in favor of the NGO’s UNICEF, Amnesty International, Doctors Without Borders, and Global Exchange. At his core, Zomber prides himself on being somewhat of a story teller. HE has been published a number of times both in fiction and non-fiction. Some of his titles include Jesus and the Samurai: The Shining Religion and the Samurai, Park Avenue, Son of Kentucky, and his soon to be released novel Soul of the Samurai.
Michael Zomber is accepted world over as a total authority on Japanese samurai swords, but that’s not his only area of expertise. He has been a collector of antique armor and arms for over forty years of his life and has had the honor of appearing as a guest historian for the History Channel’s TV show Tales of the Gun, where he was able to enlighten others on his extensive knowledge on a number of different types of guns.
Achieving two Bachelor’s degrees with honors in the areas of Psychology and English Literature as well as obtaining his Master’s in English Literature from University of California Los Angeles, Zomber has done well to make a name for himself in more ways than one thanks to his educational esteem.
Currently, Michael Zomber lives with wife and children in Philadelphia where they enjoy a peaceful, quiet existence outside of the spotlight, which is somewhat of a great accomplishment considering his acclaim world wide for his outstanding documentary film and excellent knowledge. It is a wonder how someone so phenomenal can manage to maintain such a simple life full of humble joys and a wonderful family life. As we stand in anxious wait for his next book to drop, our skin crawls with excited anticipation. Zomber is a true visionary and an outstanding historian that we are all grateful to have a chance to learn from and indulge in.