Unauthorized posthumous autobiography of Chuck Dean
Forever Sucks is a posthumous autobiography of an American writer (1965-1997), compiled from excerpts of his voluminous letters. Born and raised in South Carolina, Chuck Dean began his writing career at Whittle Communications. He then wrote reviews and interviews for a number of prestigious magazines including Rolling Stone, Esquire, and Details. Dean was also a prolific poet. He was especially proud of his long poem The Fever. Dean lived in Austin, New Orleans, and finally New York. On his last night he stole a friend’s methadone, slept next to her and quietly died of an unintentional overdose.