Finnish Journal of Linguistics is a refereed general linguistic journal published on an annual basis. It contains previously unpublished, original articles, short essays or so-called "squibs" and book reviews. Finnish Journal of Linguistics welcomes papers on all aspects of linguistic research. Every article is refereed by at least two anonymous referees, after which the editors make the final decision of publication. The languages of publication are English, French, German, Finnish, and Swedish. Manuscripts may be submitted throughout the year, but the deadline for each year’s issue is 31 January.