Subterranean(s) or The Subterranean(s) may refer to:
- Subterranea (geography), underground structures, both natural and man-made
- The Subterraneans, a novella by Jack Kerouac
- Subterranean (novel), a novel by James Rollins
- Subterranean Magazine, an American fantasy, horror and science fiction magazine
- Subterranean Press, an American small press publisher
- "Subterraneans", a song by David Bowie
- Subterranean (EP), an EP by In Flames
- Subterraneans (band), an English art-rock band
- Subterranean Records, an American record label
- "Subterranean", a song by Smack
- Subterranean (TV series), an American music show
- The Subterranean, a 1967 Romanian film
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“So this is the subterranean life.
If it cant be conjugated onto us, what good is it?
What need for purists when the demotic is built to last,
To outlast us, and no dialect hears us?”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
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