Balgarski ezik (Bulgarian Language) is an academic journal published by the Institute for Bulgarian Language Prof. Lyubomir Andreychin at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The Journal was founded in 1951 and has since been published without interruption.
The Journal accepts papers describing original research in Bulgarian linguistics, including history, dialectal diversity and current state of the Bulgarian language, along with papers in the field of general and Slavonic linguistics, theoretical, corpus and computational linguistics. Results of etymological, onomastic, ethnolinguistic, sociolinguistic, psycholinguistic, comparative and interdisciplinary studies on Bulgarian are published as well.
The Journal maintains the following sections: Articles, Scientific Communications, Language Competence, Reviews and Overviews, Chronicles, Anniversaries and Jubilees.
Papers submitted to the Journal should conform to the Journal’s requirements. Submissions are subjected to double blind review by two independent reviewers. Four issues of the Journal are published annually.