PhiN. Philologie im Netz “is a journal for linguistics, literary, and cultural studies.”
It publishes articles and reviews within an interdisciplinary framework. The PhiN “Forum” is open to shorter statements, discussions, dialogues, and interviews. Contributions are welcome from all areas of the field. PhiN is published on the internet four times a year, in January, April, July, and October. Viewing, downloading, or printing material from PhiN issues is free… Contributions are accepted generally in English, French, German, and Spanish. All articles should be preceeded by a short (10 lines) abstract in English.
In practice almost all articles seem to be in German (and often without an abstract), but there is interesting material in English, like Ferid Chekili’s “The Position of the Postverbal Subject and Agreement Asymmetries in Arabic.” (Via wood s lot.)